The eReefs research project is a collaboration between the Great Barrier Reef Foundation, CSIRO, the Australian Institute of Marine Science, Bureau of Meteorology, and Queensland Government. We are collectively developing a platform that will provide a picture of what is currently happening on the reef, and support for determining what will likely happen in the future.
The combined modelling systems span the catchments, estuaries, reef lagoon and the open ocean portions of the Great Barrier Reef. The results of our models provide information on physical processes, sediment transport, biogeochemistry and ocean colour, and the delivery of those results supports enhanced monitoring, operational modelling, the development of new data standards and information system architectures, and cutting-edge reporting and data visualisation.
The website you are currently viewing provides information about the research that CSIRO has delivered for eReefs, and provides access to the data and tools we have produced as a result of this research, and you can contact the CSIRO eReefs team here if you have any questions or feedback about the eReefs research activities.
This eReefs Collaboration website provides information about the research that has gone into eReefs by all the partner agencies. It provides access to data and many of the tools that have been developed as a result of this research.
For more information, please visit www.ereefs.org.au