Latest News

Key Australian research on the impact of climate change on Antarctic krill

The Mercury, 21 Oct 2015.

One of Australia’s key research focuses is the impact climate change is having on the cornerstone of the Antarctic marine ecosystem — krill. They are the world’s most abundant crustacean and form the staple diet of many animals, including seals, whales, fish, squid, penguins and other seabirds. Any threat to krill is a threat to the entire marine system. Read the full article at The Mercury.

Redmap is funded by

Lead institutes