Continuous Plankton Recorder

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Welcome to the third edition of the AusCPR newsletter. The AusCPR newsletter has been created to give people more information about the survey, what...

Thanks to a CSIRO Early Career Development Grant, two researchers from the Australian Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey (AusCPR) travelled to South...

Welcome to the second edition of the AusCPR newsletter. The AusCPR newsletter has been created to give people more information about the survey, what...

The AusCPR newsletter has been created to give people more information about the survey, what we do, what we have found so far and our plans for the...

Mark Tonks joins the team at Cleveland and is currently carrying out zooplankton analysis of the National Reference Stations (NRS) samples. Mark will...

A fact sheet outlining the progress of the Australian Continuous Plankton Recorder  (AusCPR) Survey is now available.

To download the factsheet...

The CSIRO Plankton Ecology Laboratory (Cleveland, Qld) recently hosted the opening of the David Tranter Plankton Reference Collection. This collection...

The ANL 'Windarra' has been towing a Continuous Plankton Recorder (CPR) on a monthly basis for the AusCPR survey down the east coast of Australia...

Frank Coman spent two weeks visiting the SAHFOS laboratories in Plymouth in December 2008. The main purpose of the visit was to discuss procedures...

The Continuous Plankton Recorder (CPR) is a part of the Islands to Ice exhibition at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery. The new exhibition explores...

Facility Leader: Dr Rudy Kloser

Email: rudy.kloser(at)csiro.au

Phone +61 (0)3 6232 5389

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