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Deploying plankton nets Dr David Stone (SARDI) and Dr Tom Coote (EP Aquafeeds) with abalone feeds prepared at SARDI
Above: Deploying plankton nets as part of a program sampling Australian sardine eggs to monitor population abundance. Above: MISA nutrition and feed technologist, Dr David Stone and EP Aquafeeds director, Dr Tom Coote with pellets developed by SARDI for abalone feed trials.
Dr Sophie Leterme (Flinders Unviversity - SARDI) lowering a CTD for oceanography studies Dr Trent D'Antignana (Flinders University - SARDI) with a baitfish injecting machine
Above: MISA biological oceanographer, Dr Sophie Leterme (Flinders University - SARDI), deploying a CTD (conductivity, temperature and depth) instrument. Above: MISA seafood quality specialist, Dr Trent D'Antignana (Flinders University - SARDI), with a baitfish injecting machine that is helping the southern bluefin tuna industry improve the health of farmed tuna.
Mr Steven Clarke (SARDI) and Dr James Munro (SARDI - the University of Adelaide) at the South Australian Aquatic Biosecurity Centre (SAABC) Oceanography research
Above: Mr Steven Clarke (SARDI) and Dr James Munro (SARDI - the University of Adelaide) at the South Australian Aquatic Biosecurity Centre. The $2.4 million Physical Containment Level 2 (PC2) facility, funded by the Government of South Australia through Marine Innovation Southern Australia and built by SARDI in collaboration with the University of Adelaide, positions South Australia as a key national provider of aquatic biosecurity research. Above: Oceanographic advances, through the South Australian Integrated Marine Observing System (SAIMOS), are providing critical insights into ocean circulation and marine productivity.