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Tackling marine debris

A three year survey will visit every corner of Australia to find out where and how marine debris is accumulating – and how we can protect against it.

Water for a Healthy Country Flagship Publications

Information and links to Water for a Healthy Country Flagship scientific publications.

Adapting to change around the Indian Ocean rim

Experts from countries around the Indian Ocean rim are meeting this week in India to discuss ways to improve their disaster resilience and improve management of future climate risk.

Australian National Algae Culture Collection

This unique bank of Australian biodiversity contains marine and freshwater microalgal classes sourced from tropical Australia to Antarctica.

CSIRO and the IPCC

CSIRO is involved in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Fifth Assessment Report in a range of capacities.

Brisbane: Ecosciences Precinct, Dutton Park, Qld

The Ecosciences Precinct supports CSIRO's ongoing commitment to research and development in promoting industry profitability, managing Australia's unique ecosystems, adapting to climate change, ensuring biosecurity and improving human health.

Greenhouse Gas Abatement and Carbon Storage in Land Use Systems

The Sustainable Agriculture Flagship is developing science, technology, measurement and management systems to help reduce net greenhouse gas emissions from Australian lands while increasing the storage of new carbon in our lands.

Hobart Seminars

Free public seminars offered in Hobart by CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research.

Past Seminars

Archive of past seminars held at CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Hobart.

Dr Cathy Dichmont: leading fisheries and ecosystems research

Cathy Dichmont brings a world-class reputation in fisheries modelling to the leadership of CSIRO research into northern fisheries and ecosystems.

Frequently asked questions about the causes of Australia's recent floods

This page provides information about the causes of flooding events, and links to further information.

Frequently asked questions about the impact of floods upon ecosystems

This page provides information about the impacts of the flooding upon aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems.

State of the Climate

The State of the Climate reports are produced by CSIRO and the Australian Bureau of Meteorology. They provide a summary of observations of Australia’s climate and analysis of the factors that influence it for 2010, 2012 and 2014.

State of the Climate

Australia’s two lead climate science agencies – the CSIRO and Bureau of Meteorology - have produced a snapshot of the state of the climate to update Australians about how their climate has changed and what it means.

State of the Climate 2014: A clear picture of Australia’s climate

A definitive report on observed changes in long term trends in Australia’s climate has been released today by CSIRO and the Bureau of Meteorology.

Queensland flood research: monitoring and understanding impacts

The Queensland floods provided an opportunity for scientists to assess how our marine ecosystems respond to massive inputs of fresh water and sediments.

Dr Helen Cleugh: Deputy Chief, leading climate and atmospheric research

Dr Helen Cleugh is Deputy Chief of CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, delivering world-class research on significant national and international challenges in observing, understanding, and predicting our atmospheric, climate, and marine systems and their interactions with human activities.

OzFlux Data Processing Workshop

Use this form to register your attendance at the OzFlux Data Processing Workshop.

OzFlux Meeting

Use this form to register your attendance at the 2014 OzFlux conference and meeting.

Pilbara marine health check - good and bad news

A health and wellbeing check up of World Heritage-listed reef ecosystems in the Pilbara region of Western Australia will provide a critical baseline of marine conditions to government, industry and researchers.

Dr Steve Rintoul: researching the Southern Ocean and how it affects global climate systems

Dr Steve Rintoul is a Research Team Leader at CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research. He is internationally recognised as a leading authority on the circulation of the Southern Ocean and how it affects global climate systems.

Pilbara Marine Conservation Partnership

CSIRO researchers are delivering an holistic assessment of marine biodiversity in the Pilbara region to inform future use management of this globally significant area.

Dr Wenju Cai: researching how oceans affect rainfall

Dr Wenju Cai's research is using climate change and variability predictions to maximise agricultural, urban and ecological water use opportunities.

New species of sharks surface in Australian waters (Podcast 03 Mar 2009)

Two of Australia's top experts in the field of sharks and rays, Dr Peter Last and Dr John Stevens from CSIRO's Wealth from Oceans National Research Flagship, have compiled a definitive reference on sharks, a book called Sharks and Rays of Australia. (7:24)

TAPM - technical details

The Air Pollution Model (TAPM) is a user-friendly model for the prediction of air quality, with a strong scientific basis with verified performance. This page provides technical information.

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