In our Spring 2023 newsletter, we'll introduce you to some new faces in the Redmap team, give you a comprehensive guide for distinguishing Southern Rock Lobsters (Jasus edwardsii) and Eastern Rock Lobsters (Sagmariasus verreauxi), share insights on fisheries and climate, highlight some fascinating citizen science projects, plus an interview with David Maynard, one of Redmap's pioneering observers and throw in some other interesting stuff too!
Thousands of photos captured by everyday Australians reveal the secrets of our marine life as oceans warm
Read our article out today in The Conversation about how Australia's fishers, divers and other ocean users's information submitted to Redmap has been instrumental in documenting species on the move around Australia's coasts over the past decade.
The Redmap Report Card reveals Australia's fishers, divers and other ocean users have been instrumental in detecting dozens of marine species moving south around Australia.
Dive into our newsletter kicking off 2021 to learn about exciting new Redmap species to look out for on your beachcombing, fishing and diving trips! We've got some additional ways you can help researchers with your invaluable citizen-science input, details on the new version of our smartphone apps, and as always we'll share some fascinating stories from the latest marine science findings around Australia.
If you are lucky enough to see a ribbonfish, you can help scientists collect some very valuable data on them.
IMAS and SARDI researchers working to reduce the risk of ciguatera fish poisoning need rec fishers input.
Keep an eye out for new Redmap signs along the Queensland coast!
Redmap’s Queensland chapter has been operational since our national launch in 2012, but today we announced our intent to enhance our engagement with Queensland’s marine users to better understand the changes that are occurring in one of the world’s most iconic marine environments. Read on to learn more about what was announced at the formal launch held at James Cook University in Townsville today, and to also see our revised …
The Redmap Team have judged their favourite marine sightings ever - check them out in the Redmap Newsletter (Summer 2016/2017). Also in this edition: your community data is reviewed in the Redmap Report Card 2016, meet some Redmap scientists - and why are Tasmanian waters heating up faster than usual?