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The Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS), aside from its own data, also hosts and manages marine data collections on behalf of the...

Wave Gliders, wave powered autonomous surface robots, are a proven ocean surface observing platform but their use in shallower complex reef and shelf...

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.

Since July 2010, the IMOS Bio-Acoustic Ships of Opportunity (BASOOP) sub-facility has been delivering calibrated (now multi-frequency) water column...

Artist Diane Masters has been inspired by plankton in her current exhibition

The oceans surrounding Australia have warmed, with the greatest surface warming to the west and south of the continent. The CSIRO and Bureau of...

The IMOS Communication Managers Marian Wiltshire and Warrick Glynn have just returned from a 5-day Transit voyage on board the Marine National...

The IMOS Bio-Acoustic sub-facility is part of an international effort to observe how mid-water prey species such as small fish, squid, krill and...

Grab yourself a cuppa and catch up with the 2015 achievements of the IMOS Plankton Team...Routes, Data Update, Shipping News, Lab Updates, Student...