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Scientists across Australia are preparing for what could be the most damaging coral bleaching event (or marine heat wave) in history.

SOCAT version 3 brings together 14.5 million quality controlled, surface ocean fCO2 (fugacity of carbon dioxide) observations from 1957 to 2014 for...

The ability to monitor and predict ocean conditions in Darwin Harbour is crucial for maritime safety. Building on existing observation infrastructure,...

The theme of this year’s summit will be “Own your Data”.

In 2012 IMOS established a partnership with the Australian Marine Microbial Biodiversity Initiative (AMMBI) to run a one-year pilot program to collect...

The CSIRO and the Australian Bureau of Meteorology have released their third State of the Climate report today. It provides a summary of observations...

IMOS deepwater moorings deployed 18 months ago to measure the East Australian Current (EAC) have been successfully recovered.

A key facility in an international observing network to detect increasing ocean acidification is monitoring carbon cycling in the Tasman Sea from a...

Abnormal climatic conditions in the Indian and Pacific Oceans during the 2010-2011 La Niña event combined to create the extreme marine heatwave seen...

Gary Critchley has released the Biogeochemical Operations Manual for use.