Results for Tag: marine ecosystems

Australia state of the environment 2021 report: marine chapter

The SoE is an independent and evidence-based review, delivered every 5 years as a requirement of the EPBC Act, providing a comprehensive and authoritative assessment of the state of Australia’s environment. It aims to help shape policy and action, influence behaviour and assists in assessing our interventions as stewards of the Australian environment. The Marine […]

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Advocate for action to help fisheries adapt

CMS Director Prof Gretta Pecl was featured in FISH Magazine. Read article here

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Managing for status does not deliver structure - by Dr Beth Fulton

Plenary presentation at the World Fisheries Congress, 20-24 September 2021, Virtual

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Antarctic marine ecosystems under pressure: protection needs action locally and globally at COP26

Andrew Constable and Jess Melbourne-Thomas are co-convenors of the Marine Ecosystem Assessment for the Southern Ocean (MEASO) program under the auspices of the IMBeR program Integrating Climate and Ecosystem Dynamics in the Southern Ocean.  They presented as part of an event on “Antarctic marine ecosystems under pressure: protection needs action locally and globally” organised by […]

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Climate-driven species re-distribution in marine coastal systems - Funk Lecture Series on Biogeography - International Biogeography Society

Prof Gretta Pecl presented the seminar 'Climate-driven species re-distribution in marine coastal systems', followed by a Q&A session on April 1, 2021.

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CMS Director Gretta Pecl was awarded the Distinguished Women Scholars Lecture by the University of Victoria

CMS Director Prof Gretta Pecl was awarded the prestigious Distinguished Women Scholars Lecture, by the University of Victoria in Canada, to highlight and honour outstanding research achievements by women scholars. Gretta presented the lecture "Climate-driven re-distribution in marine coastal systems".

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