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Sunday 30 August 2009

IMOS Collaboration Meeting, 19 August 2009

Following on from the launch of IMOS and the IMOS Ocean Portal at the end of June. eMII was approached by several groups in Australia expressing interest in the IMOS data management, discovery, access and delivery methods adopted...[more]

Category: AODN

Thursday 2 July 2009

First IMOS Data Users Workshop!

Thirty five participants took part in the first workshop at the University of Tasmania on the 30th June 2009. The mix of people included post-graduate students, established researchers, data managers and state department...[more]

Category: AODN

Friday 26 June 2009

IMOS metadata catalogue: MEST URL Updated

The URL for the IMOS MEST has changed to http://imosmest.aodn.org.au[more]

Category: AODN

Friday 26 June 2009

IMOS Ocean Portal - URL Announced

The IMOS Ocean Portal is released with a public URL: http://imos.aodn.org.au  Data are available for the following facilities: ARGO, SOOP, SOTS, ANFOG, AUV, AATAMS, ANMN, FAIMMS, SRS  [more]

Category: AODN

Wednesday 25 March 2009

IMOS/eMII Anonymous FTP site available

From 13th March 2009 IMOS / eMII has had its own anonymous FTP site for data upload and download. The address is: ftp://emii2.its.utas.edu.au or, if accessing via a command line:  ftp emii2.its.utas.edu.au Login is...[more]

Category: AODN

Wednesday 25 March 2009

IMOS metadata catalogue: MEST installer/source code available

The IMOS / eMII MEST is a metadata entry and search tool. Data managers will use the MEST to build a catalogue of IMOS datasets. Anyone interested in IMOS data can use this catalogue and the MEST search functions to find and...[more]

Category: AODN

Wednesday 25 March 2009

IMOS metadata catalogue: MEST url released

The url for the online IMOS / eMII MEST is: http://imosmest.emii.org.au All IMOS datasets will be described in the online IMOS Metadata Catalogue, or MEST, which provides an interface for searching and...[more]

Category: AODN

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