Centre for Marine Science and Technology, Curtin University

Founded in 1985, the Centre for Marine Science and Technology (CMST) comprises a multi-skilled group of scientists and engineers committed to the development of technical ocean-related skills in Australia. The Centre has earned a reputation as a high quality marine technology research and development facility responsive to industry and government needs.

CMST’s expertise fits into four major categories: Hydrodynamics, Underwater Acoustics, Marine Ecology and Stereoscopic Imaging.

The centre works in close cooperation with Curtin’s Department of Imaging and Applied Physics, Department of Applied Geology, Remote Sensing Group, Aquatic Science Group, and the Department of Environment and Agriculture, plus WA:ERA, IMOS, the Australian Maritime College, and many others.

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Miles Parsons 9 years 19 weeks ago
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Measured boat wakes and wind waves on the Swan River

- To compare the erosive effect of boat wakes with the natural wind wave climate

- To quantify the effect of vessel size and...

20/09/2012 - 11:44 estuarine
Characterisation of the Marine Soundscape off WA

The goal is to characterise the underwater soundscape off WA on a geographic and temporal scale.

20/09/2012 - 11:19 other