For many of the parameters collected by the National mooring network facility, quality control processes and data standards documentation can be found below.
Each year talks and workshops are also held in Hobart as part of the annual QC summit to table issues with instruments and sampling and to develop solutions. The agendas, presentations and summary reports from the Summits are loaded onto the IMOS website.
Procedural guides referred to in the Biogeochemical Manual can be found here.
This document is intended to provide a sound, scientific and operational basis for long term investment in the IMOS National Reference Station (NRS) Network.
Prepared by: The NRS Scientific Steering Committee (Lynch T.P., Morello E.B., Middleton J. F., Thompson, P., Feng, M., Richardson A., Doherty P., Roughan, M, Morris B., Tilbrook B., Steinberg C., James, C., and S. Allen ) and The IMOS Office (Moltmann T.C., Hill K.L.)