A geomorphological and geophysical investigation of Adele Island has revealed new insights into the long-term evolutionary history of Adele Reef and Australia’s North West Shelf.
WAMSI Kimberley Research Program scientists have presented their findings on a study looking into the movements of animals and plants among Kimberley reefs.
Researchers have found rising sea levels can significantly reduce daily water temperature extremes in many reefs worldwide that experience strong tidal conditions.
WAMSI Parks and Wildlife researcher Scott Whiting addresses the big questions about sea turtles at his Science on the Broome Coast presentation.
Networked communication and information technologies have changed the way researchers and managers receive information from the field.
Researchers working to estimate the distribution and abundance of dugongs in northwest of Western Australia are finding more effective results by through combining science with local knowledge.
Scientists share their Kimberley Marine Research Program findings on the hydrodynamics and biogeochemistry of the Kimberley coast and the importance of land-ocean linkages in the region.
Scientists on a mission to better understand the ecological biodiversity that thrives on the ocean floor in Australia’s remote northwest returned from the fourth of five field trips, this time to uncover what lives in the area of the proposed North Kimberley Marine Park.
The presentation, Values and aspirations for coastal waters of the Kimberley, by Dr Jennifer Strickland-Munro, Professor Susan Moore, Dr Halina Kobryn and Alaya Spencer-Cotton, was the first presentation for the 2016 Science on the Broome Coast series.
Scientists from Curtin University and CSIRO have been investigating how data collected from satellites can help to provide the information needed to monitor the extensive waters of the Kimberley Marine Park.