Australian–New Zealand IODP Consortium Ocean Planet Workshop; Canberra, Australia, 14–16 April 2019
Centre for Southern Hemisphere Oceans Research (CSHOR) ENSO Science Symposium; Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, 29–31 January 2019
Seamap Australia integrates seafloor maps with information on plant and animal habitats, environmental stressors, and resource management to create a first-of-its-kind resource.
New data synthesis suggests that varying rates of trench retreat along the margin of the Gondwana supercontinent were responsible for the curvature of the Tasmanide mountain chains.
River systems are affected by societies against a backdrop of climate change. A new dataset reveals how these forces affect river flow, chemistry, and the biological health of the river.
Satellite imaging reveals two narrow channels of extreme winds surrounded by gentle opposing flow 140–250 kilometers above sea level.
A study over a broad swath of the Great Barrier Reef shows that warming waters directly cause fish and invertebrates to leave the reef, making it harder for coral to recover from bleaching events.
Wildfires may have driven a critical ecosystem transition in Tasmania’s Lake Vera more than 800 years ago.
International Symposium on Linking Environmental Data and Samples; Canberra, Australia, 29 May to 2 June 2017
Power companies should be cautious during severe solar storms to maintain the integrity of Australia’s power grid, a new study finds.