Our report of course highlights the many successes and achievements of our students and affiliated researchers over the last year, however it also includes a summary of each and every student and research fellow project underway. Download the report to find out more about the breadth of research underway in the Centre, from local and applied research making on-the-ground impact through to research influencing discussions of global sustainability and food security.
“The Centre for Marine Socioecology (CMS), is a collaboration between the University of Tasmania and CSIRO with support from the Australian Antarctic Division. It was established in 2014 to provide, develop and integrate the inter-disciplinary research capacity required to meet these challenges. It brings together disciplinary expertise in ocean physics, marine ecology, ﬁsheries and aquaculture, law, economics, sociology, and governance.
We are extremely pleased to see in this annual report that the Centre has gained international recognition and is going from strength to strength and look forward to its continued success into the future”.
Professor Brigid Heywood
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research), University of Tasmania
Dr Tony Worby
Director, CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere
Download here: CMS_Annual Report 2017_online