A Griffith-led study developed a model to predict the success of Marine Protected Areas based on historical fishing pressure and environmental conditions
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.
Ambitious restoration of mangroves and seagrasses could lead to substantial recovery of these ecosystems.
Griffith University has been awarded Five ARC Future Fellowships.
Study compiles global data sets to project carbon emissions from mangrove loss.
New Griffith University research has revealed a 71% decline in tiger sharks across Queensland’s coastline.
Declining seagrass meadows in Moreton Bay will be studied by an international team of researchers to overcome the largest remaining barrier to effective management of the world’s marine resources. The team, led by researchers from the Australian Rivers Institute at Griffith University and funded by the Australian Research Council, will develop new software tools that […]