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 East Australian Current (EAC) moves massive amounts of water down the east coast of Australia, each second transporting more than 25 million cubic metres, the equivalent of 10,000 Olympic swimming pools, southwards.
The new publication, launched today in Hobart by Senator Jonathon Duniam, celebrates the first ten years of IMOS; particularly the impact it has created in places around the country and the partnerships it has enabled.
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.
The oceans surrounding Australia have warmed, with the greatest surface warming to the west and south of the continent: State of the Climate 2016.
The CSIRO and Bureau of Meteorology have just released the 2016 State of the Climate report.
International collaboration to implement the Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS) has recently been in the spotlight, in Canberra and Hobart. Dr Glenn Nolan, Secretary General of EuroGOOS, came to Australia to speak at ACOMO...
The third biennial Australian Coastal and Oceans Modelling and Observations Workshop (ACOMO 2016) was held on the 11th and 12th October 2016, at the Shine Dome, Australian Academy of Sciences, Canberra.