Instrumentation for Innovative Marine Biogeochemistry (administered by ANU)

  • Maher, Bill (CI)
  • Eggins, Stephen (CoI)

    Project: Research

    Project Details


    Rising greenhouse gases are changing the chemistry of the oceans, by altering the availability of nutrients andcausing ocean acidification. Along with local pollutants, these changes pose significant threats to the productivityand sustainability of Australia's marine ecosystems. The proposed instrumentation will support world-leadingresearch into the nature, impact, and potential for mitigating these changes. This will underpin our ability tomanage and preserve the environmental, societal and economic values of our coastal and open ocean marineresources.
    Short titleInstrumentation for Innovative Marine Biogeochemis
    Effective start/end date1/01/0931/12/09


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