Surveying coral reefs in the Maldives
Thursday 7 May 2015
Whilst aboard the MV Emperor Voyager in the Maldives, the Catlin Seaview Survey team assessed the condition of coral reefs across human impact gradients.
Surveying with the SVII camera over coral reefs in the Maldives
Wednesday 29 April 2015
After a busy field trip, the fish team sadly had to say goodbye to the other teams as well as to the wonderful boat crew who had no small part to play in the success of t
Catlin Seaview Survey Deep Team in the Maldives, (L-R) Kelly Latijnhouwers, Veronica Radice and  Craig Heatherington
Wednesday 22 April 2015
The under-described deep reefs of the Maldives are beckoning to be explored.
Kristen Brown noting coral/algae interactions, and doing detailed taxonomic survey of all algae types
Wednesday 22 April 2015
As I sit down to write on Day 9 of the expanded scientific Catlin Seaview Survey expedition to the Maldives, I honestly don’t know where to start, as we have had such a r
A resort in the distance on a house reef surveyed on Kandholu, Maldives
Tuesday 14 April 2015
I first visited the Maldives with my family in 1997 as a newly certified SCUBA diver ready to explore the underwater environment and I was amazed by the huge amounts of f
Catlin Ocean Scholars on location in the Maldives
Thursday 9 April 2015
The Catlin Seaview Survey has just arrived in the island city of Male in the Maldive Archipelago to begin our second Indian Ocean expedition.
The 3.275 megawatt Gatton Solar Research Facility comprises more than 37,000 thin-film photovoltaic panels, installed on a former airstrip.
Tuesday 31 March 2015
Sunshine is being turned into energy and knowledge at The University of Queensland’s Gatton campus, where the state’s largest solar array was switched on today.
Tuesday 10 March 2015
Researchers have documented staghorn corals, including newly recorded species, for the first time in deep waters of the Great Barrier Reef and Coral Sea.
Wednesday 18 February 2015
Global Change Institute marine scientist, Dr Megan Saunders, has taken out the Great Barrier Reef Foundation’s Bommies Award for a short animation that explains the compl
Catlin Seaview Survey researchers Norbert Englebert and Kyra Hay.
Wednesday 18 February 2015
GCI researchers have revealed some interesting insights into the mutually beneficial relationship between corals and their symbiotic algae, as part of the Catlin Seaview
Blenheim Reef Southwest Oceanside - image courtesy of  BIOT
Friday 13 February 2015
This week the Catlin Seaview Survey is heading out to the remote Chagos Archipelago in the Indian Ocean, some 500 nautical miles south of the Republic of the Maldives, wh
Schooling parrot fish on a healthy Chagos reef. Copyright Catlin Seaview Survey/Jon Slayer.
Thursday 12 February 2015
A team of scientists from the Catlin Seaview Survey, which is sponsored by international insurer Catlin Group Limited, today embarked on a survey to record and reveal a u
Wednesday 28 January 2015
Ground-breaking coral reef research from the Global Change Institute (GCI) is featured in a special edition of TIME Magazine, the highest circulation of any weekly news m
Catherine Kim subsampling crabs in Hawaii.
Tuesday 27 January 2015
As a graduate student and former intern with NOAA’s Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center (PIFSC), I will be combining overlapping Catlin Seaview Survey and NOAA datas
Efforts to save the koala should focus on the availability of habitat and food resources under a changing climate.
Tuesday 20 January 2015
Efforts to save the koala should focus on the availability of habitat and food resources under a changing climate, according to a University of Queensland researcher.

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