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An IMOS underwater research device called an ocean glider, which was missing for two years, has been found in the Perth Canyon, 60 km off the coast of...

New version of ANFOG's data-visualising software now available for download

The Australian National Facility for Ocean Gliders (ANFOG) based at UWA operates and maintains a fleet of ocean gliders as part of the IMOS research...

ANFOG welcomed Josue Viera, from PLOCAN (Plataforma Oceánica de Canarias), between  the 17th June and the 12th July.  Josue  works as a glider...

Scientists have for the first time been able to measure properties of the ocean such as turbidity during a tropical cyclone in Australia. The results...

Since December 2011, ANFOG has deployed 7 Slocum gliders in the ocean off the Kimberley and the Pilbara regions.

More than 100 postgraduate students around Australia are using IMOS data streams in their research projects.

Deep-diving ocean “gliders” have revealed the journey of Bass Strait water from the Tasman Sea to the Indian Ocean.

ANFOG glider data visualisation software has been updated with new features galore

Temperature and salinity profiles from the IMOS ocean glider fleet are now being supplied to the Global Telecommunications System operated by the...