Scientists have identified critical knowledge gaps for a number of contaminants entering into the waters of Great Barrier Reef and Torres Strait.
Please be advised that with effect from Monday, 16th March, AIMS staff have begun a partial work from home process to help contain the
Queensland’s marine science students are now accessing the latest in long-term monitoring information on the health of the Great Barrier Reef.
Ocean temperatures across parts of the Great Barrier Reef have been above or close to thresholds where there is a high risk of coral bleaching for several weeks.
Marine scientists are using portable ship-borne aquaria - the SeaSim in a box - to search for heat-resistant corals that could survive warming ocean temperatures.
Scarring and major lacerations due to vessel collisions becoming more common, study finds.
A team of AIMS researchers has discovered a population of rare benthic siphonophores, in Western Australian waters.
The status of the world’s corals reefs was a focus of discussion when the Australian Institute of Marine Science supported the Great Barrie
AIMS and the Keppel Island’s Traditional Owners have begun a partnership to map traditional and scientific knowledge of the marine environment.
Researchers find familiar species pave the way for coral regrowth
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