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    Rare deep-sea squid filmed at depth

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    16 May 2024

    A rare deep-sea squid has been captured on video at a depth of more than a kilometre underwater, by scientists from The University of Western Australia and Kelpie Geosciences in the UK.

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    Protecting the biodiversity of the Great Southern Reef

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    14 May 2024

    Scientists are making ground in their bid to give Australia’s lesser known reef system the attention it deserves

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    Ocean simulator creating waves for the blue economy

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    06 May 2024

    A unique UWA research laboratory can simulate conditions in oceanic and coastal environments.

It is of great use to the sailor to know the length of his line, though he cannot with it fathom all the depths of the ocean.

John Locke

WHO WE ARE

UWA Oceans Institute

The Oceans Institute nurtures an ecosystem of cross-disciplinary researchers and educators to serve the needs of the ocean community of Western Australia, the Indian Ocean and the world.

We are committed to supporting the scholarship of our blue planet for a better tomorrow.

WHAT WE DO

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We pay our respects to the past and present Traditional Owners of the land on which our experts reside, the Whadjuk Nyoongar people of Western Australia, and to all the native peoples of the lands and seas on which our researchers work.

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