Ocean currents matter for marine microbes
Research reveals who is to blame for litter in the floating garbage patches in the world’s oceans.
Warming hiatuses, where global temperature does not rise for a few years, will become rare
Strong CCRC presence at the Australian Museum’s Eureka Awards, the Oscars of Australian Science.
New research has found rapid warming of the Atlantic Ocean, likely caused by global warming, has turbocharged Pacific Equatorial trade winds
On Friday August 22, eight members of UNSW, including students and staff from the CCRC, have committed to raising a combined $4,000 by walking 100km to help Oxfam Australia fight poverty.
Projected changes in the winds circling the Antarctic may accelerate global sea level rise significantly more than previously estimated.
Millions of tonnes of plastics pollute our oceans, impacting the creatures that live in or depend on the ocean – and that includes humans.
A key climate event that brings significantly lower rainfall and drought to southern and central Australia may occur three times more often this century compared to the 20th century as a result of global warming.
Did Hollywood tell us the truth about what happens with the flow of the East Australia Current?