Marine Climate Impacts and Adaptation
Rising ocean temperatures pose a threat to fisheries and marine biodiversity. CSIRO scientists are studying how climate change will affect Australia’s oceans, and developing adaptation options to respond to these challenges.
Knowing our oceans, securing our future
By unlocking the secrets of ocean processes, ecosystems and resources, CSIRO is addressing national challenges in which oceans play a central role. (4 pages)
Dr Douglas Bearham
Dr Douglas Bearham has extensive experience in bivalve health and diagnostics and conducts ecological research into the environmental influences on benthic primary and secondary production.
Mr James McLaughlin
Mr James McLaughlin provides project support to an array of research activities by primarily investigating the productivity processes of pelagic and benthic micro-algae, macro-algae and plants.
Free public seminars offered in Hobart by CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research.
Use this form to register your attendance at the 2013 OzFlux meeting.
CMAR Vacation Scholarship 2013-14
Summer scholarships offer undergraduate university students an opportunity to get hands-on work experience at CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research (CMAR), under supervision of research scientists at Aspendale, Victoria, Brisbane, Queensland, Perth, Western Australia and Hobart, Tasmania.
Marine life spawns sooner as oceans warm
Warming oceans are impacting the breeding patterns and habitat of marine life, effectively re-arranging the broader marine landscape as species adjust to a changing climate, according to a three-year international study published today in Nature Climate Change.
Ms Toni Moate
Ms Toni Moate is Deputy Chief, Science Operations of the CSIRO Marine & Atmospheric Research Business Unit, and Executive Director of the Future Research Vessel Project.