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Delivering globally consistent and authoritative information and services that enable Australian governments, industries and communities to predict and respond to weather, climate and ocean variability and change, and extreme events.
Information about Australia’s past, current and future climate helps industries, governments and communities plan for and adapt to a variable and changing climate.
BLUElink is a global ocean forecasting system that provides information on oceanic conditions to help manage Australia's diverse area of maritime operations. Delivered in partnership by CSIRO, the Bureau of Meteorology and the Royal Australian Navy.
Coastal communities need to consider how best to plan for sea-level rise.
Just as our changing climate is influencing changes on the land, climate change is also having an effect beneath the waves of the world’s oceans and coastal waterways.
Primary topic: Oceans & coasts
Four ocean and coastal currents in the Australasian region are significant in shaping marine environmental conditions and our climate. Research in CSIRO and its partners seeks to better understand these currents and the role they play in our environment.
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Last updated: Last updated: 25 February 2015
Printed from: Understanding our oceans and climate (http://csiroaucd1-cdc.it.csiro.au/en/Research/OandA/Areas/Oceans-and-climate)