Annual Reports

For a summary of what the Centre has been up to please look through the Centre’s annual reports.
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2021 Annual Report

2021 has been another challenging year for many of us, however, despite these ongoing difficulties we are delighted to see that CMS continues to go from strength to strength in both research and post graduate training. Thank you to our wonderful affiliated researchers, students, stakeholders and other supporters for your efforts in making 2021 a successful year for CMS. Not only has your generosity and enthusiasm enriched our collective efforts, but the contributions and outcomes are being realized across a broad spectrum of activity, relevant at local, regional and global scales.
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2020 Annual Report

In this report we are pleased to showcase a selection of our research and activities from 2020. On the surface, it may look like any other successful year, but we want to acknowledge that 2020 was a year not like any other; the circumstances of 2020 created a lot of stress for our staff, and particular, our students.
Wholehearted thanks to all our students, researchers, collaborators and stakeholders, for their ongoing efforts in the Centre of Marine Socioecology during this exceptionally challenging year.
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CMS Annual Report 2020

2019 Annual Report

In this report we are pleased to showcase a selection of our research and other activity from 2019. Wholehearted thanks to all our students, researchers, collaborators and stakeholders, for their ongoing efforts in the Centre of Marine Socioecology.
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2018 Annual Report

The centre brings together disciplinary expertise in physics, law, economics, biology, sociology, and governance from the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, College of Arts, Law and Education, the Discipline of Geography and Spatial Sciences, Tasmanian School of Business and Economics, the CSIRO and the AAD.

In this report we are pleased to showcase a selection of our research and activity from 2018.
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2017 Annual Report

The CMS was officially opened in November 2014 with joint funding from CSIRO and the University of Tasmania to appoint three research fellows and four PhD students. The success of the Centre has seen it rapidly expand beyond this initial group of young researchers, with 20 PhD students, 6 research fellows and over 40 researchers now associated with the Centre.

This multi-disciplinary group has come together in true inter- and transdisciplinary ways to support the Centre’s vision and mission.
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