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The AODN periodically publishes newsletters which contain updates on progress of current projects, AODN activities and collaborations, past and upcoming events and new data that are available through the Portal.
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The new-look Australian Ocean Data Network (AODN) Portal has been launched today.
Around 60 coding enthusiasts attended the Melbourne Science Hackfest in early March, challenged with creating innovative new applications from science data.
The 4th video in the 'IMOS in MOcean' series shows how to access the diverse collections of ocean data from IMOS and other sources, freely and easily.
The new "Accessing IMOS Satellite Data and Converting into CSV Format Report" provides a simple, easy-to-use process, using the open source tool Panoply, for visualising IMOS satellite imagery and extracting small subsets of data...
The Australian National Data Service (ANDS) has just launched its Research Vocabularies Australia web-based software suite.
Better, easier and simpler! We're very excited to show you the new "faceted search" function of the IMOS Ocean Portal. Grouping similar types of measurements together means that finding and downloading data is now easier than...
Today the IMOS Marine Information team is excited to release the new look IMOS Ocean Portal. The website has had a major overhaul; redesigned to produce an Ocean Portal that is intuitive and engaging. We have improved both...