• Predictions of severe coral bleaching events mobilise marine scientists to monitor the oceans

    Scientists across Australia are preparing for what could be the most damaging coral bleaching event (or marine heat wave) in history.[more]

  • Second 'IMOS in MOcean' video – How does the ocean control atmospheric CO2?

    The 2nd video in the 'IMOS in MOcean' series examines carbon and heat transfer between ocean and atmosphere.[more]

  • What happens after Godzilla leaves the room?

    The current monster El Niño weather pattern being experienced in Australia is being referred to as the ‘Godzilla’ El Niño. Climatologists are looking at ocean data to try to predict what happens once this phenomenon passes.[more]

  • Australian sea-floor survey data featured in the journal Nature Scientific Data

    The data set consists of 9,874 annotated images all collected by the IMOS AUV between 2008-2013[more]

  • The IMOS Annual Highlights 2014-15 document is available now

    The annual highlights clearly demonstrate the impact that is being delivered through systematic, sustained, integrated marine observing at a national scale in Australia. [more]

  • NESP Marine Biodiversity Hub launched in Hobart by the Hon Greg Hunt MP

    The Hub provides a major pathway for uptake and use of IMOS observations to do highly relevant research for policy and management.[more]