Atmosphere and land observation and assessment
Climate variability and change
Aquaculture genetics, nutrition and production
Integrated marine and coastal assessment and management
Weather and environmental prediction
Earth system modelling
Ocean observation, analysis and prediction
CMAR is involved in the following colloborative projects.
Sea Level Rise
Our sea level research at CSIRO's Wealth from Oceans National Research
Flagship and the Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems Cooperative Research
Centre (ACE CRC) ...[more]
The Centre for
Australian Weather and Climate Research
A partnership between the Bureau of Meteorology and CSIRO
leading Australia's climate change and weather research.
Australian Community Climate Earth-System Simulator (ACCESS)
A coupled climate and earth system simulator to be developed
as a joint initiative of the Bureau of Meteorology and
CSIRO in cooperation with the university community in Australia.
Climate and Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre
a partnership dedicated to sustainable management of Antarctic
marine ecosystem resources and the study of atmospheric and
oceanic processes of the Southern Ocean and their role in global
and regional climate change.
CO2 in the Southern Ocean
How ocean carbon levels influence climate and marine life
Integrated Marine Observing
a nation-wide collaborative facility designed to observe the
oceans around Australia
OzFlux is a network of micrometeorological
flux stations located at various sites within Australia and New Zealand.
North West Shelf Joint
Environmental Management Study (NWSJEMS)
A recently completed project undertaken by CSIRO and the
Western Australian Government.
Collaborative research project to monitor thermal stress and
produce high-resolution now-casts of bleaching risk for
the Great Barrier Reef and Coral Sea.
UTAS-CSIRO Joint PhD Program in Quantitative Marine Science
A Joint Program in marine science between
the University of Tasmania and CSIRO, with a focus on graduating
PhD students to work in areas of marine science
that require highly developed quantitative skills.
Australian Marine Science Institution (WAMSI)
Providing a better scientific understanding of the marine
environment for the people of the State of Western Australia. A
joint venture project involving 12 core parties.
Research Fund for the Marine Environment
SRFME was a joint venture between the Western Australian State
Government and CSIRO which was finalised in 2006.
Marine Climate Impacts & Adaptation:
Preparing Australia's marine sector for climate variability and change in the marine environment.
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