Newsletters

As of June 2018 the AODN has ceased publication and distribution of the AODN Newsletter.  All AODN updates including the progress of current projects, AODN activities and collaborations, past and upcoming events and new data available through the AODN Portal will now be published via the IMOS Bulletin and IMOS Marine Matters

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News

The new dataset from the IMOS Surface Waves Sub-Facility can be used for studying the impacts of extreme wind speeds, assist with ship routing, and...

Continuing with the development of products that make IMOS mooring data more accessible and practical to use, the GRIDDED Time Series combines and...

A new version of the IMOS Toolbox - version 2.6.5 - is now available for Windows and Linux. 

The IMOS Toolbox aims to provide an automated and easy...

IMOS has a network of acidification moorings that measure the CO2 of the ocean’s surface and atmosphere, and the AODN team have recently updated the...

In the current financial year, the Australian Ocean Data Network (AODN) team, as part of their 2019/2020 implementation plan, have committed to...

A new project is producing a range of long time series products that make mooring data more accessible

Through IMOS the Bureau of Meteorology has converted the existing Australian Global and Regional Multi-Sensor SST Analyses to comply with the latest...

The new dataset collection is from the network of automated Marine Weather and Oceanographic Stations deployed by AIMS since the 1980’s.

The IMOS MATLAB Toolbox provides an automated and easy to use interface for converting raw ocean instrument data into IMOS compliant quality...

Data from a new SeaSonde site on the Coral Coast (CORL) is now online via the AODN Portal, which covers an area of the West Australian Coast north of...