The Argo stop-motion animation aims to inspire children (and adults) to engage with marine science. It is quirky, fun and informative at the same time. The animation explains what an Argo float is, how it operates and how all...
Abnormal climatic conditions in the Indian and Pacific Oceans during the 2010-2011 La Niña event combined to create the extreme marine heatwave seen off the Western Australia coast in 2011, according to a paper published last...
More than 100 postgraduate students around Australia are using IMOS data streams in their research projects.
A clear change in salinity has been detected in the world’s oceans, signalling shifts and an acceleration in the global rainfall and evaporation cycle.
Temperature and salinity profiles from the IMOS ocean glider fleet are now being supplied to the Global Telecommunications System operated by the World Meteorological Organization
The Marine National Facility (MNF) Research Vessel, which is owned and operated by CSIRO, supports blue-water research in Australia
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