Improving marine management with TasMAN
The Tasmanian Marine Analysis Network (TasMAN) is demonstrating low cost monitoring technologies, improving understanding of coastal regions and enabling better informed environmental management.
Simulating ocean weather
A video showing the BLUElink> ocean forecasting model, which was run in hindcast mode for the period 1992-2001. (3:00)
Sharks and Rays of Australia
This highly regarded book provides in-depth descriptions of 322 species of sharks, rays and chimaerids, accompanied by full-colour illustrations, descriptions, line illustrations and distribution maps.
Seeing below the surface
Our economic, social and, indeed, our life-support systems, depend on our oceans – or more accurately, the one global ocean we all share.
Using statistics to predict seabed fauna
Wealth from Oceans Flagship environmental statisticians are working to predict the type and distribution of marine seabed fauna on Australia's continental slope.
Scientific support for Australian fisheries
CSIRO combines expertise in physics, biology, mathematics, economics and computer sciences to observe, understand and support the balanced use and conservation of Australia's marine fisheries.
Seeing under the ocean with robotic Argo floats
See how a world-wide array of robotic floats is providing scientists with data about the ocean and helping them to understand the ocean’s role in climate, and to better forecast climate and ocean conditions. CSIRO is providing a valuable contribution to this project. (2:00)
Researching healthier marine ecosystems
The Wealth from Oceans Flagship is researching the impact human activities have on marine ecosystems to improve the way people and the marine environment interact.