The ocean is an essential part of the earth's climate and a source of numerous resources heavily utilised by humans and other species.
Our oceanography research spans a broad range of topics from understanding heat and acidification, to phytoplankton growth in response to turbulent mixing.
We draw on a wide range of techniques and approaches such as ship and satellite-based observations, global and regional computer simulations, laboratory analyses and experiments, and mathematical theories.
- Ocean currents and sea level
- Coastal ocean observations and simulations
- Mixing and stratification
- Marine energy
- Antarctic oceanography
- Estuarine dynamics
- Ocean acidification
- Coastal productivity