Science Talk
There are pretty amazing minds out there studying our big blue planet and being a sharing and caring bunch at OceansIQ we thought it was our duty to start introduce them to you. 

Enter  Science Talk, our new video series, which showcases scientists from around the world and the fascinating research they're conducting on our blue backyard.

Have a suggestion for a brilliant blue mind? Reach out and let us know at sheree@oceansiq.com.au
Paleoceanography

Paleoceanography

As a paleoceanographer, Dr Ford uses the geochemistry of microfossils called formanifera from marine sediment to reconstruct past ocean conditions to predict future ocean conditions.

Nightmarish Deepsea Discoveries

Nightmarish Deepsea Discoveries

A passionate fisherman and a scientists come together to shed light on the weird and wonderful species of the oceans dark depths.

Great Barrier Reef Submarine Canyons and Landslides - Part 2

Great Barrier Reef Submarine Canyons and Landslides - Part 2

A great team of scientists have been busy mapping the Great Barrier Reef, revealing 100 canyons that reach depths over 2,000m.

Great Barrier Reef Submarine Canyons and Landslides Part 1

Great Barrier Reef Submarine Canyons and Landslides Part 1

There is more to the Great Barrier Reef than the colourful shallows. It has a darker past that consist of landslides, canyon and underwater valleys.

Can magnets repel sharks from fishing nets?

Can magnets repel sharks from fishing nets?

Scientists are working with fishers to find ways to prevent sharks from getting caught in fishing nets and they could have a magnetic solution.

Coral Larvae Ecology and Reef Restoration

Coral Larvae Ecology and Reef Restoration

How do you restore coral reefs back to their former glory?It's all about coral larvae ecology and density. So grab your lunch boxes, zip ties and settlement tiles and dive in to find out more.

Freaked out fish - Snapper Alarm Pheromones

Freaked out fish - Snapper Alarm Pheromones

Stressed our snapper release chemicals into the water to left other fish know there's trouble. What scientists want to know is how this impacts growing them.

Shags that eat together, stay together

Shags that eat together, stay together

Apparently when Shag's share feathers, they also share a similar diet and foraging profile even though they don't feed together.

Impacts of Farmed Salmon on Wild Populations

Impacts of Farmed Salmon on Wild Populations

Bears aren't the only ones who love salmon. Humans like it so much they've started farming it. But at what costs to native salmon?

Symbiodinium the secret to healthy corals

Symbiodinium the secret to healthy corals

Meet the secret to healthy corals - little biological battery packs called symbiodinium.