Pinging in the New Year: Mapping the Tasman and Coral Seas

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A Circus of Clowns

Only 3% or so of the world’s 10,000 bird species are considered ‘seabirds’ – defined as birds that make their living from the variety of...

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What are Seamounts and Guyots?

Greetings from the R/V Falkor in the northern Tasman Sea. My name is Alysha Johnson, and I am a PhD student from the University of...

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Adding to the Tectonic Puzzle of the Tasman Sea

Around two-thirds of the Earth's surface lies beneath the oceans, and much of what lies at the depths of the oceans is made of basaltic...

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The Surface and the Submerged

Thirty days on the open ocean is something of a dream for an artist whose creative practice is entwined with the sea. It was not...

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Mapping Deep into the Tasman and Coral Seas

The seafloor is the least understood part of the Earth - with only 20 percent previously mapped in detail, there is still 80 percent unknown....

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