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As a national infrastructure facility, IMOS is committed to education and training, and to informing society and government decision makers about the changes we see in Australia’s marine systems.
Launch of the new look Highlights document for 2016-17
This Annual Highlights document covers the eleventh year of operation. It has been a year of significance for IMOS as a national research infrastructure.
Cross-Tasman collaboration leads to the release of the New Zealand Ocean Data Network (NZODN) Portal
Collaboration between IMOS and the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA) of New Zealand has resulted in the NZODN Portal.
Real-time ocean forecasts with new eSA-Marine system
South Australia's fishing, aquaculture and other marine industries now have access to high resolution real-time ocean forecasts of ocean currents with the development of eSA-Marine, a revolutionary mapping system underpinned by...
The New South Wales Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) experience of data submission to the AODN.
OEH recounts their experience of submitting data to the AODN
Underwater glider sets world distance record
The Challenger mission set out to send an underwater glider from Fremantle, Western Australia to Galle, Sri Lanka. The challenger glider, also known as RU29, has reached Sri Lanka after 330 days at sea, setting a new world record...