Who we are
CMS brings together an extraordinary diversity of disciplinary expertise in oceanography, physics, ecology, economics, policy, law, governance, arts, media, psychology, human health, sociology and philosophy from the UTAS’s Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, the College of Arts, Law and Education, the Discipline of Geography and Spatial Sciences, the College of Health and Medicine, the Tasmanian School of Business and Economics, the School of Technology, Environments and Design, the CSIRO, the AAD, and from selected partners around the world.
It also extends beyond the academic arena, actively involving stakeholders from different sectors.
CMS embraces the extensive knowledge of the traditional owners of Australia, working collaboratively with Indigenous scientists, Elders and knowledge holders to collectively enhance our understanding of our oceans and coasts. We acknowledge that the lands, seas and waterways we live and work on were never ceded.