Tracking technologies have given scientists and authorities new tools to aid in the quest for people and sharks to peacefully coexist.
Northern Australia set to benefit from user-driven collaborative marine research
Representatives of Australia’s marine science community have gathered in Darwin this week for the Australian Marine Sciences Association (AMSA) annual conference. Among the topics of discussion will be how the community can work...
IMOS farewells Dr Susan Wijffels
Dr Susan Wijffels of CSIRO is recognised nationally and internationally as an outstanding leader within the ocean observing community. She led the Australian component of the Argo program prior to the start of IMOS in 2006, and...
Marine Matters issue 27 now available
The latest issue of the IMOS newsletter, Marine Matters, is available to download via the website.
Contributions to sea-level rise have increased by half since 1993, largely because of Greenland’s ice
The IMOS satellite altimeter time series was used in a paper published in the journal Nature Climate Change today.
Radar observations prove to be a useful tool for examining frontal eddies along the East Australian Current
A recent paper has used more than a year of high-resolution (1.5 km, hourly) surface velocity measurements from the IMOS HF radar at Coffs Harbour to quantify the propagation of frontal eddies and meanders along the eastern coast...