The underwater glider ‘Challenger’ is on a journey from Fremantle, Western Australia, to Galle, Sri Lanka. It departed Australia on 5 November and has reached the Equator.
Tropical Cyclone Debbie left a well documented trail of destruction in north Queensland. IMOS observations have enhanced our understanding of its impact on the marine environment.
A successful partnership between IMOS Ocean gliders facility in Perth and local company ‘Master Instruments’ has significantly improved the efficiency of Slocum glider missions – at no extra cost.
The underwater glider ‘RU29’, recently renamed ‘Challenger’, is on a journey from Fremantle, WA, to Galle, Sri Lanka. It departed Australia on 5 November and left Australian waters sixteen days later. Challenger is now in...
The IMOS Ocean glider Facility together with Rutgers University have deployed an ocean glider off Fremantle heading to Sri Lanka, a distance of 6,200 km. This is the longest journey of an ocean glider to-date.
Glider data provides unprecedented high resolution observations of the continental shelf waters of southeastern Australia
A comprehensive data set collected by IMOS ocean gliders has been published in the Nature journal Scientific Data.
A torpedo shaped underwater glider has just completed a 74-day journey through the waters of the Great Australian Bight returning loaded with information about the Bight – along with a few battle scars.