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

Marine Parks Boundaries are now an option for a base layer.

User feedback is always welcome and where applicable implemented to enhance AODN systems.  The most recent release 4.38.20 of the AODN Portal...

The SST Atlas of Australian Regional Seas (SSTAARS) is available via the AODN Portal, and has described in a recent paper.

During the past ten years the IMOS Animal Tracking Facility have deployed 400 Satellite Relay Data Loggers (SRDLs) on seals and sea lions off South...

The AODN Portal User Guide, for some time, has been a static step-by-step description for using the Australin Ocean Data Network Portal and...

The Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS), aside from its own data, also hosts and manages marine data collections on behalf of the...

What is GitHub

GitHub is a web-based version control repository that is used to host and review code, manage projects and build software. Some of...

WERA HF ocean radar systems are presently operating at several locations across Australia: in the South Australian Gulf - South Australia (Cape...

The IMOS MATLAB Toolbox aims to provide an automated, easy to use interface for converting raw instrument data into Integrated Marine Observing System...

The Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS) via the AODN Portal has created a single access point for marine data published by AODN contributors. ...