As we all adjust to our altered daily lives we thought you may enjoy some marine science stories with a 'good news' flavour.
from all at SIMS
Living Seawalls arrive on the Northern Beaches
SIMS is excited by our new Living Seawalls installations at Fairlight and Clontarf.
Thank You to the Lim-Sutton Initiative for their generous and enthusiastic support for these installations, and to the Northern Beaches Council for their encouragement of this important initiative.
Living Seawalls: Bringing Sydney's seawalls to life!
Hear it from the scientists and project collaborators themselves - because this is a good news story!
Does ocean acidification affect prey escape behaviour of seastars?
Current research in the Ian Potter Research Aquarium at SIMS is looking at a novel way of investigating the effects of climate change stressors on the predator-prey interactions of seastars. Find out more about this study by researchers at the University of Sydney by clicking below.
SIMS is the principal marine research facility in NSW. SIMS members include Macquarie University, University of Sydney, UTS, and UNSW Australia. This collaboration is enhanced by associate membership with the University of Wollongong, NSW Government Departments and the Australian Museum. Over 100 scientists and graduate scientists work at SIMS. SIMS is a not-for-profit organisation.
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