CSIRO Publishing has produced many excellent videos outlining their research and the scientists involved. Here are a selection of these involving Marine Research.
Conserving oceans of life
In this vodcast we meet two Hobart based CSIRO research scientists working to conserve our oceans' biodiversity, and a visiting scientist applying his expertise to an Atlantic salmon breeding program.
With its proximity to the Southern Ocean, CSIRO's Hobart laboratories are an excellent location for research into the oceans and atmosphere. It's here that we meet Dr Nic Bax and Dr Karen Wild-Allen from CSIRO's Wealth from Oceans Flagship who are working to better understand our oceans' biodiversity through various deep-ocean and coastal research projects.
Also working at CSIRO's Hobart laboratories is visiting scientist Dr Brad Evans, who is part of a science-industry partnership recruiting an elite pool of Atlantic salmon bloodlines to transform Tasmania's A$350 million Atlantic salmon industry.
Knowing our Oceans - Securing our Future
Discover how CSIRO is helping Australia secure its social, environmental
and economic wellbeing through knowing our oceans.
Shelf Life: exploring alternative marine futures
Coasts and oceans around Australia and across the world face mounting pressure from growing populations, increasing industrial and recreational use, and climate change.
CSIRO and its partners are developing practical tools to assist planners to navigate these challenges and sustainably manage marine ecosystems and coastal communities.
Shelf Life illustrates how such a tool can be applied, in this case through the North West Shelf Joint Environment Management Study (NSWJEMS).
The Western Australia Government and CSIRO collaborated on NWSJEMS to better understand potential management strategies for the competing and rapidly developing marine industries in the Pilbara region of WA. The same tools and techniques can be adapted for use in any marine ecosystem globally.