Our Projects science, technology, engineering and on-ground conservation action
Raine Island Recovery Project
Sea-quence project: ReFuGe 2020 Consortium
Resilience hot spot mapping
Biopolymer surface films
What if there was a way to stop damaging levels of heat and light penetrating water and adversely affecting the Reef?
Carbon dioxide seeps
Bubbling volcanic carbon dioxide seeps created a unique undersea laboratory to investigate coral reefs under high CO2
Calcification rates of CCA
Calculating the calcification rates of crustose coralline algae, the 'glue' that binds coral reefs together
Coral reef habitat in 3D models
Using robots and stereo-imaging systems to map the seafloor and coral reefs in 3D
An ambitious four-year program that delivered key knowledge and tools to help manage the Reef in the face of a changing and increasingly variable climate.
The program delivered more than 30 projects including four successful pilot projects and two new game-changing tools for reef management.
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