Upcoming IMOS QC Summit 2014 November 5th – November 7th
The theme of this year’s summit will be “Own your Data”.
Aquaculture: How much is just right?
The ability to determine the optimum balance between aquaculture development and the long term health of SA’s Spencer...
STEMming the tides
The Australian Coastal and Oceans Modelling and Observations Workshop starts today at the Academy of Science, with...
Deep ocean meets outer space at NCRIS showcase
IMOS and Astronomy Australia Limited (AAL) were among the capabilities on show at the NCRIS Showcase held in...
Ocean radar on the move
The University of Western Australia (UWA) will become operating institution for the IMOS Ocean Radar Facility (ACORN)...
This is a ‘red letter day’ for blue water marine science, says IMOS Director, Tim Moltmann.
The RV Investigator pulled into its home port of Hobart at approximately 10am today.
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