Arts Education Law

Climate impacts on beach lifestyle in the spotlight

Researchers ask what can we do to ready ourselves – and our weekends – for climate altered futures? 
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Coastal and Marine Research Centre

National framework key to managing coastlines: research

Effective and consistent coastline management hampered by lack of national policy, funding and agency. 
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Arts Education Law

Griffith University kicks goals with latest academic rankings

Griffith University continues to be a world leader in several academic subjects including nursing, hospitality and tourism, and marine and ocean engineering.
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Australian Rivers Institute

One size doesn’t fit all for successful Marine Protected Areas

A Griffith-led study developed a model to predict the success of Marine Protected Areas based on historical fishing pressure and environmental conditions
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Australian Rivers Institute

Unravelling how climate, pollution and runoff combine in coastal ecosystems

Griffith University researchers are unravelling how stressors like climate change, pollution and dissolved nitrogen and sediment from run-off are having combined effects in coastal ecosystems.
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Australian Rivers Institute

Ambitious conservation action sees a brighter future for mangroves and seagrass

Ambitious restoration of mangroves and seagrasses could lead to substantial recovery of these ecosystems.
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Coastal and Marine Research Centre

What is drawing humpback whale super-groups to the African coast?

Study finds humpback whale super-groups follow changing ocean currents and phytoplankton blooms.
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Biodiversity

New Griffith-backed alliance to deliver sustainable climate-ready national economy

An alliance of business leaders, industry and community groups has committed to a five-year collaboration to plan and deliver a sustainable economic transformation for the nation.
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Australian Rivers Institute

Unique ocean chemicals slip through the net

The search for new natural products from the ocean is overlooking unique and potentially beneficial compounds, a Griffith University study has found.
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Coastal and Marine Research Centre

Pandemic workaround – researcher keeps eyes on Pacific water quality from afar

Griffith researcher trains Vanuatuan partners to gather water quality data after COVID-19 restricts travel.
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Coastal and Marine Research Centre

Impacts of coastal protection structures take place over decades

Researchers find impacts of coastal interventions to manage erosion and sand build-up can take years to eventuate.
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Alumni

Griffith launches Australia’s first marine wildlife cell bank

Researchers from Griffith University are looking to collect cell samples of every marine species on the planet with the launch of Australia’s first Marine Wildlife Cell Bank.
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Coastal and Marine Research Centre

Weather and waves driving sand to bypass headlands 

Understanding link between sand bypassing and large-scale climate drivers key for future coastline management.
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Coastal and Marine Research Centre

GPS suction tracker puts whales on the radar

First deployment of cost-effective, non-invasive suction cup tag a success.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith subjects secure top spots in 2021 ShanghaiRanking

Griffith has again been recognised as a leader in Nursing and Midwifery education and research, securing second position globally in the prestigious ShanghaiRanking’s Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2021.
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Cities Research Institute

Party capital a hit with humpback lads while new mums prefer relaxing bayside vibes

Research finds bay areas on East Australian Coast favoured by whales for playing and staying.
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Coastal and Marine Research Centre

How will COVID-19 and climate change affect the whale-watching industry?

Griffith University research predicts it will take years for the whale-watching industry to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. 
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Australian Rivers Institute

Gold Coast Bay an oasis for humpback whales with calves

One third of all humpback whales in the Gold Coast Bay are mother-calf pairs making the location almost as important as breeding grounds for whales with calves.
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