Community science provides vital sea slug data
- Census capitalises on sea slugs as good indicators of ocean health
- A collaborative stocktake of marine diversity in our own backyard
- Species distribution patterns most likely related to climate change.
Taking stock of prawns and oysters
- Need to monitor and measure the effect of pesticides
- Populations are showing stress, so protection is required
- Ensuring quality of Australian prawns and oysters.
Coastal wetlands: The ultimate flow-on effect
- Reconstructing environmental history for the environmental future
- Latest technology offers greater access to findings on carbon sequestration
- Monitoring pollutants, sediments and other materials flowing into the ocean.
Marine and mining riches clash in the Coral Triangle
- Urgent need to protect the marine marvel of the Coral Triangle
- Small-scale gold mining versus environmental preservation
- Culture, economy, industry and environment are all factors in the future.