Things warm up as the East Australian Current heads south
The effects of occasional erratic bursts southward of the East Australian Current (EAC) are discussed in a recent article on The Conversation.
New ocean observing tower erected at Myrmidon Reef on the GBR
Visitors to Myrmidon Reef will notice a new reef addition after AIMS erected a new weather station tower on the reef early last week.
Smart science supporting sustainable development of the Great Australian Bight
A major research program on the marine ecosystems of the Great Australian Bight was a “great example of the expanding use and value of the national Integrated Marine Observing System to Australian science and industry,” according...
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 Gulf has advanced considerably with the development of a ‘super computer ocean model’ by scientists from the...
STEMming the tides
The Australian Coastal and Oceans Modelling and Observations Workshop starts today at the Academy of Science, with Chief Scientist Professor Ian Chubb as guest speaker.
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 Parliament House on 30 September.