Keeping tuna sustainable
Southern bluefin tuna numbers are taking a turn for the better, with the fishery meeting sustainable fishing standards.
Helping fishers adapt to warming oceans
CSIRO research is helping Australian fisheries adapt to seas that are warming at a rate far greater than elsewhere around the globe.
The old age story of bigeye tuna in the western Pacific
New methods for estimating fish ages show smaller but long-lived bigeye tuna are part of a sustainable fishery in the western Pacific Ocean.
Can we have healthy marine ecosystems and modify rivers in northern Australia?
We’ve used a novel ecosystem modelling approach to demonstrate how river flows are the lifeblood of marine ecosystems in the Gulf of Carpentaria.
Worldwide trawling impact revealed
Hidden beneath the waves, the impact of bottom trawling is often talked about but rarely properly understood. A recent CSIRO-led study has quantified that impact on a worldwide scale.
A digital pathway for sustainable fisheries
An online tool called FishPath is paving the way for the sustainable management of fisheries worldwide.
A helping hand (book) for managing fisheries through change
A new evidence-based handbook will help Australian fisheries respond to climate change to ensure sustainable seafood stocks.
Turning up the heat on marine climate adaptation
In the face of climate change, innovative science and cultural knowledge will be critical for protecting ecosystems, marine life and livelihoods.
Advancing Australia’s capability to harvest oceans of data
Australia’s oceans are big, beautiful and bountiful in resources. Our national ocean research vessel Investigator delivers the capability to help us understand and protect them.