News: Marine Biology News
Researchers investigating the world’s exotic wildlife trade have made a startling discovery...
Researchers are using new ways to gain genetic information from ocean sediment to determine the past and future survival of our coastal vegetation.
Jasmin Martino investigates the use of ear stone chronologies for understanding long-term trends and drivers of growth in fisheries.
Sea snakes discovered swimming almost 250 metres deep.
University of Adelaide marine biologists have discovered that some sea snakes contain genes in their tail skin that help them stay safe from predators.
We're spying on hundreds, even thousands of tentacled organisms with their unusual distinctive W-shaped eye pupils, and pulsating colours.
Research on damselfish living in high CO2 conditions shows that some populations of fish species might actually benefit from climate change.
School of Biological Sciences and Environment Institute researchers are involved in Australia’s largest ever oyster reef restoration project.
Weedy plants will thrive and displace long-lived, ecologically valuable kelp forests under forecast ocean acidification, new research from the University of Adelaide shows.