ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IS REVOLUTIONISING MARINE MONITORING

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IS REVOLUTIONISING MARINE MONITORING

"What an exciting time to be a marine scientist! Artificial intelligence (AI) is revolutionising the way we monitor coastal seas."

WHAT WILL CLIMATE CHANGE MEAN FOR WATER STORAGES?

WHAT WILL CLIMATE CHANGE MEAN FOR WATER STORAGES?

By Deputy Director David Hamilton Read Time: 421 words, 5 minutes. Recent funding from Water Research Australia to support a consortium of researchers to work on the effect that low reservoir levels has on water quality is providing impetus to better understand the effects of climate change of water storages. These storages are vital for [...]

Resilient reefs and resilient communities: how can we get there?

Resilient reefs and resilient communities: how can we get there?

"The calls from scientists were clear at the recent UN COP26 Climate Change Conference - global action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions is urgently needed to ensure a future for coral reefs."

PREDICTING GLOBAL HOTSPOTS OF RISKS TO UNMONITORED SEAGRASS MEADOWS

PREDICTING GLOBAL HOTSPOTS OF RISKS TO UNMONITORED SEAGRASS MEADOWS

"Seagrasses are marvellous coastal ecosystems that provide a range of critical ecosystem functions and services, including climate regulation and fisheries production, however they are under threat."

REDEFINING SUCCESS IN MARINE ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION

REDEFINING SUCCESS IN MARINE ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION

"We’ve entered the United Nations Decade of Ecosystem Restoration. As the world ramps up their restoration efforts in response to widespread environmental degradation, we need to maximise success and the benefits that the environment and humanity get from these efforts."

“What’s it really like being a PhD at ARI?”

“What’s it really like being a PhD at ARI?”

"They have supported me throughout my PhD, through all the failures and successes, and I wouldn’t have made it through without them. They both provided me with guidance but also allowed me to follow through with my own ideas, even if they were possibly doomed from the beginning... All in all, I really lucked out with my supervisory team!"

My PhD Journey: From Brazil to Australia

My PhD Journey: From Brazil to Australia

By Dr Bianca Molinari Article Read Time: 974 words about 8 minutes. I've often been called brave for doing a PhD so far away from home, I don't know if it's bravery, but it's certainly rewarding. As a Brazilian, I couldn’t have picked any country further from home to complete my PhD than, Australia. Taking on [...]