Latest oceanography News

Australian Antarctic scientists in bid for NASA space mission 10 May 2024
Modern Mapping At Mawson 17 April 2024
US Climate Action Summit Events Program: Convening for climate and uniting for a sustainable future
AIMS Reef Monitoring Technology Used In Vietnam
Heat from El Niño can warm oceans off West Antarctica – and melt floating ice shelves from below
Bolstering in-water measurements with tourism operators on the Reef
Ice Shell Thickness Reveals Water Temp On Ocean Worlds
World leading oceanographer honoured for mentoring legacy
When floodwater reaches the sea, it can leave a 50 metre thick layer of brown water – and cause real problems
ICECAP-EAGLE has flown 17 January 2024
ARC funding for Coffin Bay research
A monster eddy current is spinning into existence off the coast of Sydney. Will it bring a new marine heatwave?
Plastic waste builds in waterways
Container deposit schemes reduce rubbish on our beaches. Here’s how we proved it
NSF funds internet-connected ocean observatory through 2028
Ponds release more greenhouse gas than they store
Polar experiments reveal seasonal cycle in Antarctic sea ice algae
Devastatingly low Antarctic sea ice may be the ‘new abnormal’, study warns
Tonga eruption caused fastest ever underwater flow
Marine heatwaves don’t just hit coral reefs. They can cause chaos on the seafloor
Potential neuropathic pain treatment shows promise in preclinical tests
Career dedicated to sea level research
Twenty thousand leagues under the sea: Uncovering mysteries of the deep ocean
Eddies: Circular Currents and Their Influence on the World’s Hottest Ocean
Pond emission measurements improve climate predictions
Sovereign partners in full force
Antarctica’s heart of ice has skipped a beat. Time to take our medicine
Warm liquid spewing from Oregon seafloor comes from Cascadia fault, could offer clues to earthquake hazards
Navigating future: promise of autonomous boats
How sea turtles are helping us unlock the secrets of Australia’s remote seas
New kind of tropical cyclone
Prime Minister’s 2022 Prizes for science
Future is what we make it, says winner of Prime Minister’s Prize for Science
UNSW solar innovator and world-leading oceanographer awarded Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science
Transforming Australia’s offshore energy industry
UW-developed wave sensors deployed to improve hurricane forecasts
New UW Photonic Sensing Facility will use fiber-optic cables for seismic sensing, glaciology and more
Sea secrets surface in Bight
Wave of success as Oceanography leads University ranking rise
UNSW tops world subject rankings for sixth year
AI reveals scale of eelgrass vulnerability to warming, disease
Scientists seek to grow field of eDNA research ‘without squelching creativity’
Including all types of emissions shortens timeline to reach Paris Agreement temperature targets
Unchecked global emissions on track to initiate mass extinction of marine life
Solar energy explains fast yearly retreat of Antarctica’s sea ice
Moon jellies appear to be gobbling up zooplankton in Puget Sound
One Ocean Our Future immersive exhibition
Victoria’s Largest Supercomputer Propels Local Research