Ensuring a Sustainable Queensland through the Science-Based Solutions to Climate Change on the Great Barrier Reef (2009–2014)

Climate change poses a growing threat to the future of the GBR and the industries and people that depend on it (GBR 2006, > $6 billion revenue; 60,000 jobs). Our response to climate change requires the world's best practice science to underpin the development of effective management and policy. This Fellowship research program will bring about a quantum leap in our understanding of how to respond to climate change (including developing key management tools) by attacking core issues (global warming, ocean acidificiation) with significant resources and one of the largest networks of research, industry and management agencies focused on coral reefs.
Grant type:
Queensland Government Smart State Premier's Fellowships
Funded by:
Queensland Government Smart State Premier' Fellowships