Scientists have identified critical knowledge gaps for a number of contaminants entering into the waters of Great Barrier Reef and Torres Strait.

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The status of the world’s corals reefs was a focus of discussion when the Australian Institute of Marine Science supported the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority in hosting the 34th International Coral Reef Initiative (ICRI) General Meeting

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One of the ocean’s top predators – the tiger shark - has been revealed as a relaxed and sometimes lazy hunter by scientists studying their behaviour.

AIMS’ marine biologists Dr Brett Taylor and Dr Mark Meekan have just returned from a 16-day research expedition with international leaders in their fields, to the postcard-perfect Chagos Islands.

Reef condition for the far northern Great Barrier Reef is variable, according to early data released by the Australian Institute of Marine Science.

A $20 million research project putting a spotlight on marine life in the waters of Western Australia’s unique North West Shelf, was at the centre of a marine science symposium in Perth this month.

The latest AIMS Index of Marine Industry shows the marine industry is the country’s fastest growing, and is worth more than $68.1 billion.

AIMS has begun a series of Indigenous ranger monitoring workshops across tropical Australia, the second of which was completed in Bardi-Jawi country late in 2018.

The vessel in our fleet is in Queensland waters for the first time, to help scientists conduct a 25-day health check of remote far northern reefs.

Marine science and safety shared a birds-eye view of a natural phenomenon on the Great Barrier Reef when AIMS and AMSA joined forces to track ocean currents.