The AODN and National Mooring Network Facilities have completed a project creating long time series products ensuring the wealth of IMOS mooring data…

Scientists from The University of Western Australia have discovered Dense Shelf Water Transport around Australia are a unique occurrence globally,…

New funding provided by the Research Infrastructure Co-Investment Fund (RICF) will help us increase our understanding of Queensland’s marine…

The buoys are part of the IMOS New Technology sub-Facility focusing on the suitability of low-cost wave buoys for real-time wave observations.

The IMOS Surface Waves sub-Facility has developed an Australian Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) waves database from Europe’s Sentinel-1 A and B SAR…

Measuring the colour of the oceans is crucial for understanding marine ecosystems, their productivity and health.

We deployed our first ocean glider today since the fleet was pulled out of the water in March

This is the fifth moorings product that AODN staff have developed to ensure IMOS mooring data is more accessible and practical to use.

The third in our three-part series about the New Technology Projects focuses on the Profiling Moorings Evaluation sub-Facility.