Whyalla students build live-streaming rig to study cuttlefish aggregation in citizen science project. Read here: ab.co/3c46KsH

We are Live! πŸŽ₯

Thanks to our crowdfund supporters who made this happen!

Enjoy the wondrous Rapid Bay underwater world live from your lounge rooms during daylight hours here - bit.ly/3sDLIaC

@freemo Awesome! We have a few projects on the go which might be of interest! Ill share the deets with you shortly 🌊🌊

Putting the feelers out for developers competent in who would like to volunteer some time with us 🌊

We're passionate about development and leveraging technology to help our oceans πŸ’™

Are Octopuses Well-armed to Survive the Climate Crisis? Read here - bit.ly/3lgc2o2

πŸ“Έ Christian Gloor

@freemo You're hired!! πŸ˜‚ Design one for us πŸ˜€ This does make sense though, our underwater cameras are filled with mineral oil πŸŽ₯

@freemo This sounds amazing! We're sure it's doable, something we would love to explore in the future!

@freemo Yes! We'll remember to share the link with you πŸ˜€ 🐟 🐑 🐠

Celebrating 10k raised!!

We've just raised funds to deploy a live streaming camera at one of our favourite dive sites Rapid Bay which is home to the elusive leafy seadragon!

We cant wait to get this camera down and share it with you all πŸŽ₯

Ocean data and technology often remains inaccessible and cost-prohibitive, limiting access to well-funded researchers. At AusOcean, we're changing this.

Learn more about our student-led citizen science program Network Blue - bit.ly/3s3mDoL

We're developing South Australia's first live-streaming underwater camera using low-cost, open source camera hardware πŸŽ₯

We plan to deploy at Rapid Bay, one of South Australia's best dive sites, home to the leafy sea dragon!

This stream will be available for anyone in the world to access and explore for free 🐟 🐠 🐑

More info - chuffed.org/project/rapid-bay-

Our student-led citizen science program Network Blue, puts ocean technology in the hands of schools, students and community groups who often have limited access to data and technology 🌊

Read more here: blog.ausocean.org/2020/09/netw

We're using low-cost speaker technology to restore Australia's most threatened marine ecosystem πŸ”Š 🌊

Can you guess what it is?
Learn more here:

The refers to the unique and diverse collection of marine that colonise marine . These include bacteria, fungi, plankton and also viruses, which are very topical at the moment due to Covid-19.

In different parts of the world, harmful microbes such as pathogens were found to have β€œhitch hiked rides” on marine plastic. If this happens in South Australian waters, remains an unknown.

Learn more about interesting research coming our of South Australia - blog.ausocean.org/2021/01/the-

South Australia is home to the worlds only known giant cuttlefish aggregation. Or, as we like to call it - Natures biggest orgy πŸ’™

Read more here: Beneath the Waves at South Australia's Giant Cuttlefish Marine Spectacle bit.ly/3tBJXLT

We often wonder what the world would be like if more science, data & technology were made open-source πŸ€”

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