The IMOS community bids farewell to Tim Moltmann, who steps down officially today having been the IMOS Director since 2009.

Australia is an ocean nation – we’re girt by 10 million square kilometres of water. Whether you live near the coast or far from the shore, there’s no...

The new IMOS Event-Based Sampling sub-facility was initiated in December 2018 with the goal of monitoring marine heatwaves using ocean gliders.

Data from a new SeaSonde site on the Coral Coast (CORL) is now online via the AODN Portal, which covers an area of the West Australian Coast north of...

The Australian Ocean Data Network (AODN) team created some time ago a User Code Library, that can be accessed via the User Guide of the AODN Portal....

The ocean is globally connected and affects us all. Ocean observations lie at the core of understanding and predicting future climate and weather,...

The National Mooring Network is a complex facility in the Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS) program, with different oceanographic instruments...

Recently the marine community was made aware of the development and delivery of new plankton products created from National Reference Station (NRS)...

The 2019-2020 financial year sees the addition to the Australian Ocean Data Network (AODN) of two (2) new staff members Eva Cougnon and Nate Hogan.

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