Harnessing 'people power' to manage fisheries in the developing world has significantly benefited local communities and coral reefs, according to new research.
Sediments associated with dredging and flood plumes could have a significant impact on fish populations by extending the time required for the development of their larvae, according to Australian researchers.
A shark's habitat can reduce its sensitivity to rising CO2 levels, according to Australian scientists.
In a world-first study published today, researchers say dredging activity near coral reefs can increase the frequency of diseases affecting corals.
According to an international team of researchers, the rapid pace of climate change is threatening the future presence of fish near the equator.
We all know the feeling, it's a hot summer afternoon and you have no appetite and don't want to do anything apart from lay on the couch.
In a world-first, scientists from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies (CoECRS) have shown that tropical corals have the ability to fight back against acidifying oceans caused by human emissions of carbon dioxide.
Shocks caused by climate and seasonal change could be used to aid recovery of some of the world's badly-degraded coral reefs, an international team of scientists has proposed.
Round the planet the loveable clownfish Nemo may be losing his home, a new scientific study has revealed.
Corals can survive the early stages of their development even under the tough conditions that rising carbon emissions will impose on them says a new study from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies.