Ocean glider attacked by shark
An IMOS ocean glider was attacked by a shark off Yanchep, Western Australia. It has been recovered but has come off a little worse for wear.
Launch of Research Vocabularies Australia
The Australian National Data Service (ANDS) has just launched its Research Vocabularies Australia web-based software suite.
Connected by ocean
Thirteen Regional Alliances of the Global Ocean Observing System cover the Australasian region, East Asia, the Pacific, Indian and Atlantic basins, the Caribbean, Europe, and North and South America.
CO2 uptake in the Southern Ocean is revived
A decade ago scientists feared that the ability of the Southern Ocean to absorb additional atmospheric carbon dioxide would soon be stalled. But the analysis of more recent observations using IMOS and other data show that this...
Now you see it, now you don't. The case of the disappearing glider – solved.
Sometimes having a back-up plan pays dividends, as demonstrated by a recent ‘cat and mouse’ chase through the Torres Strait in search of a wayward ocean glider.
National research strengthens platform for marine biodiversity management in Australia
A four-year collaborative research program, in which IMOS has provided a vital role, has strengthened Australia’s national capacity for environmental management and sustainable use of the marine environment.