11 April 2014

Redmap Video Competition

Redmap Video Competition

Redmap’s citizen scientists have logged hundreds of unusual sightings including fish, rays, sharks, octopus, turtles and even sea slugs

Help raise awareness of ocean warming and win prizes.

The competition

Redmap is inviting you to create a 45-second video to raise awareness of ocean warming, which has caused many marine species to wander out of their normal habitat.

The video can be in any style – animation, mockumentary, slideshow, interview, underwater footage, faux-news, skit, TV-style advertisement, musical – the sea is the limit.

The competition is open to Australian residents only.

Redmap is a project aiming to monitor Australia’s vast coastline using citizen science, particularly about the distribution range of marine species.


• First prize – $2000

• Second prize – $1000

• People’s choice – $2000


Submissions close on 1 May 2014.

For more information, go to Redmap.

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