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This annual meeting is one of a series seeking to improve and where possible standardise QA and QC across the Moorings sub-facilities through common...

Tropical Cyclone Debbie left a well documented trail of destruction in north Queensland. IMOS observations have enhanced our understanding of its...

The central Great Barrier Reef (GBR) has an open reef matrix along the outer-shelf compared to the north and south which presents more as a true...

The oceans surrounding Australia have warmed, with the greatest surface warming to the west and south of the continent. The CSIRO and Bureau of...

A cacophony of underwater noise in the Perth Canyon, detected each evening with acoustic receivers, is most likely produced by small fishes.

A member of the public last month found a large orange buoy, with instrumentation attached, washed up on a remote beach on the Yorke Peninsula, South...

The IMOS National Reference Station (NRS) network provides baseline information required to understand how large-scale, long-term change and...

University of Western Australia Oceans Institute PhD student, Mohammad Hadi Bahmanpour, was awarded the student ‘Best Poster’ at the International...

The first ever comprehensive report on the state of Australia’s ocean, as seen through the eyes of plankton, has been released today.

New research* led by CSIRO has described how heavy rainfall caused the top layer of the southeast Indian Ocean to be less salty, creating a barrier...