Visiting fellows gain insight into the fundamentals in assessing carbon stored in marine and coastal habitats
Congratulations to the Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research PhD candidate Mrs Charlie Phelps, for winning the Australian Academy of Science Max Day Environmental Science Fellowship
Months-long research trips across the world’s oceans are just part of the job for Dr Viena Puigcorbé Lacueva. Find out about the challenges of research on sea ice and glaciers of Antarctica.
Australia’s northern seagrass – resilience in the face of dredging
ECU's Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research (CMER) PhD students feature articles on their research.
Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research postgraduate students on the ground to help the endangered Carnaby's black cockatoo
Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research (CMER) members contribute to the 2017 National Australian Marine Science Association Conference
Recently published paper reveals how light quality influences growth and reproduction of seagrass.
Mountains of rotting seaweed caused an almighty stink for residents of Busselton in WA's South West - but ECU researchers were a big part of the solution.
Professor Paul Lavery, Director of ECU’s Centre for Marine Ecosystem Research and Professor of Marine Ecology in the School of Science, will introduce the audience to Australia’s rich seagrass heritage and explore its important role in capturing atmospheric carbon.
Dr Kathryn McMahon reports promising results for the ‘Keep Watch’ seagrass program
New alliance an exciting venture for researchers at the Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research (CMER) to promote conservation of marine and coastal biodiversity
The Western Australian Marine Science Institution (WAMSI) released results on environmental changes produced by dredging
Six week Antarctic expedition for researcher Dr Viena Puigcorbé with the Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research (CMER) to investigate the impact of changes in sea ice extent
Well done Charlie Phelps and Connor Campbell.
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