The Australian Biological Resources Study aims to provide the underlying taxonomic knowledge necessary for the conservation and sustainable use of Australia's biodiversity. ABRS supports research on Australian organisms through a Grants and Scholarship scheme and publishes series of books on our Flora and Fauna.
The Australian Institute of Marine Science aims to generate the knowledge needed for the sustainable use and protection of the marine environment through innovative, world-class scientific and technological research.
The Australian Ocean Data Centre Joint Facility (AODCJF) provides a whole-of-government approach to ocean data management. It is a joint venture between six Australian Government marine data agencies - Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS), Australian Antarctic Division (AAD), Bureau of Meteorology (BOM), CSIRO Marine AND Atmospheric Research (CMAR), Geoscience Australia (GA) and Department of Defence (RAN Directorate of Oceanography and Meteorology).
CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences division applies multidisciplinary science to the sustainability of Australia's agriculture and forestry, built environments, biodiversity, communities, and industries.
Marine, atmospheric and earth systems research driven by issues affecting Australia and the world.