Floating macroalgal acts as a raft that provides habitat for a diverse array of juvenile oceanic fish
Developing a framework for global ‘theories of change’ that coordinate local and global actions to secure a future where humans live in harmony with nature
Whales found to roll around and 'play' with clumps of kelp as 'body scrub'.
Whales observed rolling in up to 49m water depth on the sea floor lined with fine sand or rubble.
Restoration effort attracts 3 million news oysters and 4.5 million aquatic animals to region.
Fifty years of BOM data reveals unusual characteristics and trends of tropical cyclones from Coral Sea.
Restoring tidal flow to enclosed freshwater wetlands is key to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and helping reach Australia's carbon reduction targets