Future carbon emissions – comparing the responses of land plants with marine plants
This wildlife and restoration ecology honours project aims to compare responses of land plants with marine plants to future carbon emissions.
Save our oceans - study wildlife and restoration ecology
Great science leaves people engaged, admiring, and wanting more. Help us restore native oysters reef that once rivalled coral reefs or figure out how to we can adapt marine life to ocean change. Your honours experience will figure out how marine life best responds by experimenting in tanks, or making observations on snorkel or SCUBA dives.
You’ll work with employers from private industry and government. You’ll be supported by international NGOs and large private donors. Some travel is required as we watch how marine life responds to ocean acidification and marine heatwaves around South Pacific Islands and our Gulfs.
You’ll use creativity not only to bring accurate information that is lucid in its meaning, but also creates an interesting experience as student and value for its funder.
How do we feed the world’s growing population? How do we save our wildlife from extinction? Got an idea that will build a brighter, greener world?
Australian high school students are invited to submit a short video about one of Australia’s big science challenges.