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

User feedback is always welcome, and where applicable implemented to enhance Australian Ocean Data Network (AODN) systems. The most recent release...

An important requirement for collaborative ocean observing is the need to follow well-defined and reproducible methods across activities.

The Australian Ocean Data Network (AODN) Portal provides discovery and access to marine dataset collections, and currently serves over 240...

Earlier this year we reported there was a new SST product on the way (see story here, and Figure 1 for an explanation of the change in products over...

For the first time, the Australian ocean modelling community now have a marine-freshwater discharge dataset to use for modelling and a web-service to...

The new dataset collections have been made available in collaboration with Geoscience Australia.

The Spirit of Tasmania I vessel, via the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Victoria, has collected data for the Integrated Marine Observing System...

Using a global database of billions of satellite measurements created by IMOS, new research shows ocean waves and the winds that generate them have...

Phytoplankton and zooplankton abundances are measured in samples obtained with the IMOS Ships of Opportunity facility's Continuous Plankton Recorder...

The IMOS Australian Plankton survey is a joint project between CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere (O&A) and the Australian Antarctic Division (AAD) to...