Since 2016, CSIRO Chile has been working in collaboration with CSIRO in Australia, its researchers, laboratories and state-of-the-art technological infrastructure to successfully carry out its applied research.
In this area, CSIRO Chile has developed and executed projects related to the management of marine resources with an integrated and eco-systemic approach, developing tools that could support different actors to improve the management of marine resources, along with the sustainable development of marine and coastal resources.
Some of the main initiatives developed in Chile are:
Seven megatrends that will shape the next 20 years
A once-in-a-decade report from CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, identifies seven global megatrends that hold the key to the challenges […]
Webinar: Improving the use of satellite data in Chile: red tide detection
Friday 09/12/2020 Learn about this new scientific knowledge available for Chile: The complex problem of the red tide requires daring, […]
Aquaculture / Towards a sustainable use of the sea of the Chilean Patagonia
Towards a sustainable use of the sea of the Chilean Patagonia: Integrated information systems for maritime space management With a […]