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Award for clever cloud tool bringing reef communities together
Researchers take granular look at global inputs and impacts of human wastewater in coastal ecosystems
University to help raise national profile of ‘blue carbon’ as climate change solution
Finnish family business supports recovery of Baltic Sea – Transmeri donates 100,000 euros to CoastClim research center
Early Pacific islanders may have been first conservationists
Unite solutions to climate and biodiversity crises to save life on earth, says study
Weedy Seadragon future looks bright at Flinders Pier
Seabed recovers more quickly following extreme storms than from impacts of bottom-towed fishing
Not just white lab coats: UNSW scientists reflect on being scientist
Marine And Coastal Strategy Launched For Feedback
Variations in climate conditions affect reproductive success of Antarctic krill, study finds
Variations in climate conditions affect reproductive success of Antarctic krill
Plastic Trojan Horse
Maths-based marine management project wins £1.5m funding
Australia-India Indo-Pacific Oceans Initiative Partnership
Academics contribute to policy advice on nature and coastlines
Carlisle Street Arts Space welcomes environmental artists
Reef sharks relocate during their lives
Revealed: coral fights back against crown of thorns starfish
Paying tribute to HRH Duke of Edinburgh
Researchers discover that ‘cryptic species’ respond differently to coral bleaching
‘By-the-wind sailor’ jellies wash ashore in massive numbers after warmer winters
Pumice key to solving seabird mass death mystery
UK first native oyster restoration hatchery will restore millions of oysters to Solent
Seafloor nutrient vital in global food chain
‘By-the-wind sailor’ jellies wash ashore in massive numbers after warmer winters
We welcome Australian Senate opposition to AGL Crib Point gas project
Deep Ocean Reveals Surprising Discovery about Immunity
Academic contributes to first global classification of Earth’s ecosystems
Female gannets go extra mile to feed chicks
Bearded seals are loud – but not loud enough
Researchers use UW vessel logbooks to reconstruct historical groundfish populations
Fish poop helps remove 1.65 billion tons of carbon from atmosphere
Managing crab and lobster catches could offer long-term benefits to fishermen and environment
Inspiring Stories on Practicing Self-Care This Valentine’s Day
People could thing a thing or 2 from spiny lobsters, like how to stop spread of COVID-19
Wellbeing benefits of wetlands
Female dolphins gather in family groups