Creating a miniature Southern Ocean for shipboard experiments on the links between biology cloud formation
What does a changing Southern Ocean mean for climate?
AAPP PhD study extends carbon exchange records for Southern Ocean Time Series station to cover two decades.
Voyage to investigate why deep ocean currents near Antarctica are slowing, whether the Southern Ocean will continue to absorb heat and carbon dioxide, and the formation of clouds.
From space to the seafloor, an Australian and international research voyage has mapped a highly energetic ‘hotspot’ in the world’s strongest current simultaneously by ship and satellite, and uncovered an underwater mountain range.
Scientists head for the heart of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current to investigate how it leaks warm water into polar seas.
Four key projects involving AAPP researchers have been approved in the latest round of funding by the Australian Research Council.
For the first time, scientists measure an increase in the magnitude of the Southern Ocean’s seasonal cycle of carbon dioxide over the last decade.
More than 200 scientists from 19 countries create the first comprehensive assessment of trends in Southern Ocean ecosystems, in a report written specifically for policy makers.