Latest Southern Ocean News

Rogue waves in the ocean are much more common than anyone suspected, says new study
Maritime Strategy Perspectives
City Of Hobart Welcomes All Clark Representatives
How whales struggle to navigate in a sea of noise pollution
Whales May Get Lost In Noisy Ocean
Antarctica’s sea ice hit another low this year – understanding how ocean warming is driving the loss is key
The Southern Ocean has the cleanest air on Earth. We have just discovered why
Talks With Minister Bowen Over Off-shore Wind Energy
Five Sydney researchers honoured by Australian Academy of Science
Why artificial submarine curtains won’t save West Antarctica’s retreating glaciers
Remarkable achievements in research recognised with Academy awards
Seismic rumbles send Macquarie Island expeditioners up the hill 2 April 2024
Bill targets illegal, unregulated fishing in international waters
Coastal dunes are retreating as sea levels rise – our research reveals the accelerating rate of change
These extraordinary Australian islands are teeming with life – and we must protect them before it’s too late
Eminent scientist appointed Chair of Australian Antarctic Science Council
Challenges For Blue Whale Populations
Australia’s largest cultural and science festival for the ocean lands in Sydney this week
Marine zooplankton bring global meeting to Hobart
Portland offshore wind zone declared by Federal Government
The Southern Ocean upwelling is a mecca for whales and tuna that’s worth celebrating and protecting
06.03.24 : Offshore wind decision shows federal government can balance climate action and nature protection
Declaration Of Southern Ocean Offshore Wind Zone
Regional job opportunities and energy security unlocked with offshore wind zone declared in the Southern Ocean
Offshore oil and gas drilling would be banned in Victoria, under Greens’ bill
Lows And Lows Of Antarctic Sea Ice 5 March 2024
From carbon to clouds: Ocean detectives return with climate clues
Ocean detectives return with climate clues
On fisheries, Australia must be prepared for New Zealand as opponent rather than ally
CSIRO research vessel shines with pride as staff march in Sydney Mardi Gras parade
Nuyina joins Southern Ocean plankton survey 29 February 2024
After intense predictions, what happened to El Niño?
Antarctica provides at least $276 billion a year in economic benefits to the world, new research finds
Good things don’t come in threes for Antarctic sea ice
City of Hobart’s strategic advocacy in 2024 State Election
Scientists discover microbe unique to NZ | University of Canterbury
Nuyina’s Mawson voyage to make history 13 February 2024
Dangerous climate tipping points will affect Australia. The risks are real and cannot be ignored
Surf’s up for Albany artificial reef project
World famous research vessel docks in Hobart
South Australia to host top class volleyball
Ocean Lovers Festival celebrates treasures of sea
Works start on stunning new coastal lookout
Great Ocean Rescue Tour a Resounding Success from Ocean Grove to Portland
Tourism spend hits $10.2 billion unprecedented record
Bakery bags make visitors hungry for more of regional South Australia
RV Investigator’s longest voyage to try and solve the Southern Ocean puzzle
Male southern elephant seals are picky eaters, study suggests