- + How marine snow cools the planet
- + Climate change to create strange bedfellows on deep ocean reefs
- + Andrew Forrest commits $100m to ocean research
- + World’s marine wilderness shrinking
- + Study shows rapid decline of fishery stocks across Australia
- + Global sea levels rise at rates beyond initial predictions
- + The Rariophotic
- + The ocean’s glory – and horror
- + Self-driving robots collect water samples to create snapshots of ocean microbes
- + Seaweeds shelter calcifying marine life from acidifying oceans
- + Recordings spout secrets behind blue whale behaviour
- + The Mysterious Lives of Narwhals
- + Primitive fish had more sense than we thought
- + Loud ships affect fish communication
- + Humpback whales calve further south than previously thought
- + Explaining Antarctic Seafloor Biodiversity
- + Why are there no sea snakes in the Atlantic?
- + How a tiny sea animal feeds itself, and the ocean
- + Hardy corals make their moves to build new reefs from scratch
- + New study predicts worldwide change in shallow reef ecosystems as waters warm
For the first time, scientists from the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa (UH...
Seaweeds create a chemical microenvironment at their surface, providing refuge for calcifying organisms...
Researchers are using underwater microphones to interpret and characterize the calls of blue...
NOAA scientists studying sounds made by Atlantic cod and haddock at spawning sites in the Gulf of Maine have found that vessel traffic noise is reducing the distance over...
A study that looked at where humpback whales give birth along the coast of Western Australia has shown that the calving grounds extend more than 1000 kilometres further south...
In a world-first, a research team of Australian and international scientists has used data collected by satellites and an ocean model to explain and predict biodiversity on the Antarctic...
Sea snakes are an evolutionary success story. With about 70 species, they’re the most diverse reptile group in the ocean, outnumbering sea turtle species 10-to-1. They sport a range...