Ocean warming, noise pollution and fishing are major concerns for dolphins in southern Australia, not just Adelaide and Melbourne metropolitan coastal areas but in particular for […]
When it comes to wooing the ‘ladies’, it turns out male bottlenose dolphins seem to employ similar tactics to some human groups. Flinders field work on the […]
One of the first large-scale aerial surveys of the eastern Great Australian Bight found significant populations of dolphins and whales, underlining the importance of the region […]
New research at Flinders University has found genetic variations in South Australia’s bottlenose dolphins makes them susceptible to a deadly measles-related virus, particularly in heatwave conditions. […]
Marine scientists are examining some of the mysteries of the ocean at the Canyons to Coast Conference in Adelaide this week. Flinders University researchers are explaining […]
Clues in the DNA of endangered blue whales – the largest living animal – have shown that Australia is home to one population that likely travels […]
Flinders scientists have uncovered crucial DNA evidence about the number and distribution of populations of the world’s largest animal, the critically endangered Antarctic blue whale.
Flinders University scientists have created a model for conservation programs after helping to bring local populations of native pygmy perch back from extinction.
New findings by researchers at Flinders have shown the low genetic diversity in a population of the endangered blue whale is due to past natural events rather than recent whaling.