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    Oh mother! Why we should be protecting large female sea turtles

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    A new study by an international team of researchers, including one from UWA, has found that size does matter when it comes to nesting female sea turtles.

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    Coral reef preservation efforts not looking at the whole picture

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    An international team of researchers, including one from UWA, has quantified five critical ecological processes on more than 500 coral reefs worldwide to understand how these processes relate to each other.

     

     
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    Coral spawning success advances Ningaloo climate research

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    The spectacular coral spawning event that occurs off Western Australia’s Ningaloo coastline each year has been successfully simulated for the first time under controlled conditions at the Minderoo Exmouth Research Lab.

What would an ocean be without a monster lurking in the dark? It would be like sleep without dreams.

Werner Herzog

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.

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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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