Research

These short articles highlight the findings from ongoing scientific research within selected Marine Parks, including exciting new discoveries and ideas for future projects. If you are a scientist, read about how you can see your work featured in the Atlas.

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During a recent voyage in the Kimberley Marine Park we discovered fields of benthic siphonophores on the sea floor – one of the first records of this group in Australia.
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Baited remote underwater stereo-videos (stereo-BRUV) were deployed to gather vital biodiversity benchmark data from some of the deepest parts of Ningaloo Reef.
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Acoustic mapping of the seafloor off the east coast of East Arnhem Land.
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Reef communities remain relatively stable, but show signs of warming-related change
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The eco-narrative series synthesises our existing knowledge of Australia's individual Marine Parks to enable managers to understand the ecological characteristics of each park and highlight knowledge gaps for future research focus.
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Scientists provide a detailed review of what is known about the Geographe Marine Park
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Scientists provide a detailed review of what is known about the Gifford Marine Park
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Scientists provide a detailed review of what is known about the Perth Canyon Marine Park
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Find out where 13 marine species have been observed in the Marine Parks of the N and NW networks.
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Shark numbers increase dramatically eight years following concerted efforts to reduce illegal fishing at Ashmore Reef

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