PhD student Simone Strydom won the Graduate Women WA Mary Walters Scholarship in 2015, funding research into marine ecosystems and how they react to light related stress.
900 moorings believed to have devastated 48,000m2 of seagrass from Rottnest Island’s bays.
Could tiny microbes living in rivers of the Hunter Valley region of New South Wales hold the key to improved rehabilitation of mine sites?
Researchers are assessing the genetic diversity and population connectivity of seagrass meadows in the Pilbara.
Initial findings from the annual assessment of seagrass in Georgraphy Bay show that the seagrasses continue to look healthy.
Within the latest publication by CMER researchers they reconstruct the contamination history of Oyster Harbour using the sediments of a Posidonia australis meadow as an archive.
Marine scientist Professor Thomas Schlacher will be joining the Centre until December 2015.
Professional development activities to enhance your knowledge, skills and expertise in environmental management between September and November 2015.
They produce half the world’s oxygen and help offset climate change but there’s a huge amount we don’t know about these tiny, mysterious creatures. But a new ECU project hopes to change that.
Dr Huggett joined a delegation of 10 Australians at the 5th American-Indonesian Kavli Frontiers of Science Symposium, held in Makassar Indonesia.
ECU marine scientists present their research at national conference.
Without the help of hundreds of 'citizen scientists' there's no way we could possibly monitor the decline of one of WA's iconic, endangered birds, the Carnaby's black-cockatoo.
ECU well represented as marine science students present their research at Rottnest Island.
Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research student grant win supports light quality research on seagrasses.