The IMOS Australian Plankton Survey Team have wrapped up their latest newsletter detailing the highlights of 2017.
The broader benefits of sustained ocean observing and open data access have been highlighted in the 2016 State of Environment (SoE) Report.
Artist Diane Masters has been inspired by plankton in her current exhibition
Grab yourself a cuppa and catch up with the 2015 achievements of the IMOS Plankton Team...Routes, Data Update, Shipping News, Lab Updates, Student...
The first ever comprehensive report on the state of Australia’s ocean, as seen through the eyes of plankton, has been released today.
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‘Rare’ find has scientists chasing answers on whether future dust storms will affect marine systems [media release]
The IMOS Plankton team have collaborated with UTas partner Professor Gustaaf Hallegraeff to publish in the journal of Applied and Environmental...
Welcome to the fourth edition of the AusCPR newsletter. The AusCPR newsletter has been created to give people more information about the survey, what...
David J. McLeod, Gustaaf M. Hallegraeff, Graham W. Hosie and Anthony J. Richardson
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