Cool science

  • Antarctic marine census in the spotlight

    9 June 2010

    As the Census of Antarctic Marine Life draws to a close, Project Manager Victoria Wadley reflects on the achievements of the program in the latest issue of International Innovation.

  • Rising tide of interest in sea level rise

    3 June 2010

    Tide gauges installed at Antarctica and Macquarie Island nearly 100 years ago are helping modern-day scientists study sea level rise due to climate change.

  • Whale tails tell tales

    14 May 2010

    Marine scientists from around the world are being encouraged to match photos of whale tails collected on the recent Antarctic Whale Expedition.

  • Breaking new ground in marine science

    13 May 2010

    One of the most comprehensive ecosystem surveys conducted in the Southern Ocean is the focus of the latest issue of Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography.

  • A focus on krill

    26 March 2010

    KRILL: Read all about it in a special issue of Deep-Sea Research Part II!

  • Age Matters

    26 March 2010

    For the next 18 months, fisheries research assistants Jeremy Verdouw and Joe Hutchins expect to examine up to 7000 ear bones or otoliths from Patagonian toothfish, to estimate the age of each fish.

  • Getting to the core of climate

    18 March 2010

    How do scientists extract 3000 years of climate history from an ice core?

  • Keeping science cool

    26 February 2010

    Scientists at the Australian Antarctic Division have a new state-of-the-art cool store and freezer facility at Kingston.

  • Southern Ocean whale expedition

    1 February 2010

    Marine Biologist Dr Nick Gales explains the aims of a joint Australia-New Zealand whale expedition in the southern ocean this summer.

  • Diving at Davis station

    14 January 2010

    Listen to benthic ecologist, Dr Jonny Stark, explain the Antarctic Division's diving program at Davis station this summer.

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