Returning science knowledge to Traditional Owners on Country has been identified as an important consideration for researchers working in all regions of Australia.
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Five years into the WA Blueprint for Marine Science a member of the then Premier’s roundtable for Marine Science and Austral Fisheries CEO David Carter says in some areas the pace has reached light speed.
Perth-based environmental and oceanographic consultancy, O2 Marine attributes Western Australian Marine Science Institution (WAMSI) dredging science research as a key factor that contributed to its rapid organic growth and business success.
The Western Australian Marine Science Institution is proud to announce that its film collaboration with the Bardi Jawi Rangers and the Australian Institute of Marine Science has won a best film award at the 2021 Mud and Saltwater Short Film Fest.
The Western Australian Marine Science Institution is offering number of registrations and awards for marine science students and Early Career Researchers at this year’s The Biodiversity Conference 2021 in Perth.
The Western Australian Marine Science Institution has welcomed Principal Environment Advisor – Offshore at Santos Energy Ltd. Ms Libby Howitt to its board.
Some of the world’s leading marine scientists will share their expertise with WA high school students this term to help Year 12s achieve their best in their final year of study.
Western Australia’s Blueprint for Marine Science is undergoing a five-yearly review by the Western Australian Marine Science Institution to assess and update research priorities that may have changed under current economic and environmental forecasts.
A new study comparing the efficiency of baited and unbaited remote underwater stereo-video to survey juvenile fish populations has found no significant difference between the two methods.
A new study has found that phytoplankton, the microalgal powerhouse plants of the sea, are able to change their physiology and continue to uptake and store carbon despite the extreme tidal movement and dynamic light conditions in the Kimberley.