Latest marine ecology News

A shocking 79% of female scientists have negative experiences during polar field work
Climate change is causing marine ‘coldwaves’ too, killing wildlife
What Do Kittens And Blue Cod Have In Common?
Swimmers to be safer thanks to ‘CSI-like’ investigations into box jellyfish movements
Marine heatwaves affecting little penguin population
Male southern elephant seals are picky eaters, study suggests
Applications open for the Biodiversity Assessment Expert Reference Group
Harnessing the oceans to ‘bury’ carbon has huge potential – and risk – so NZ needs to move with caution
Pioneering project investigates nature-based solution to nutrients in waterways
Sex life discovery raises IVF hope for endangered purple cauliflower soft coral
Scientists reveal the highs and lows of life for silvertip sharks
You’ve heard the annoyingly catchy song – but did you know these incredible facts about baby sharks?
Small ocean critters use their poo to help seaweeds have sex
Marine heat waves caused mass seabird die-offs, beach surveys show
Kaikōura’s deep seabed is rapidly recovering, says NIWA
New Minister gives first speech at Federation Conference
Byron Bay’s waters recognised internationally as critical for ocean health and needing protection
Fishing for perfect protein
They say we know more about the Moon than about the deep sea. They’re wrong
KI citizen science callout for summer
Marine heatwave developing
New research centre to accelerate ocean conservation
Hook, line and tagged by Deakin researchers over decade ago
Restoration work begins on Tathra Wharf: Bega Valley
Council supports opposition to seismic testing in Otway Basin
3D printing is expanding our sustainable building horizons to outback and beyond
Warming oceans may force New Zealand’s sperm and blue whales to shift to cooler southern waters
Surprising science of tracing life in oceans
Research recognised among world’s best
Ki uta ki tai: NIWA’s role in mountains-to-sea estuarine management
International research partnership takes action on marine plastic
Smeagol ‘gravel maggot’ leaves its rare mark on remote West Coast
Deep-water cameras explore hidden depths of Kaikōura Canyon
Latest coral snapshot now one click away in cloud
Further improvements to Hastings boat ramp have begun
Tiwi, Larrakia Traditional Owners take South Korean Government to court to stop offshore gas project
Future for sharks: adapt, move or die
New $22M [email protected] partnership to broaden research insights and capabilities
Award for clever cloud tool bringing reef communities together
Female dolphins gather in family groups