A new Flinders University study has found why Southeast Asian seas produce more fish than the world’s largest coastal upwelling regions combined. While tropical oceans have […]
Flinders University oceanography experts have described a new kind of cyclone in the Indian Ocean near Sumatra after observing satellite surface winds in the region. […]
A new scientific discovery in Australia by Flinders University has recorded for the first time how ghost currents and sediments can ‘undo’ the force of gravity. […]
New research has uncovered a missing nutrient source in coastal oceans, which could promote better water quality and sand management on popular beaches. While the release […]
New research that identifies triggers causing equatorial Indian Ocean monsoon events could provide critical early warnings about extreme weather events and rainfall patterns that subsequently affect […]
A bold expedition to the most remote western corner of the Great Australian Bight is underway to uncover hidden life at the bottom of the ocean […]
New research at Flinders has identified an area of upwelling – a site where complex natural dynamics bring up deep-sea water and nutrients to the sea’s upper layers – on the west coast of Tasmania.
Flinders oceanographer Jochen Kaempf has won the Conservation Council of South Australia’s Jill Hudson Award for Environmental Protection.
Research has shed new light on the movement of nutrient-rich water generated in coastal canyons, a process which makes a fundamental contribution to the marine food chain.