Radar observations prove to be a useful tool for examining frontal eddies along the East Australian Current
A recent paper has used more than a year of high-resolution (1.5 km, hourly) surface velocity measurements from the IMOS HF radar at Coffs Harbour to quantify the propagation of frontal eddies and meanders along the eastern coast...
Spirit of Tasmania data – work to add quality control (QC) to the data
May 2017 – Presentations and Meetings
The underwater glider ‘Challenger’ is on a journey from Fremantle, Western Australia, to Galle, Sri Lanka. It departed Australia on 5 November and has reached the Equator.
Marine heatwaves (MHWs) deﬁned as ‘discrete prolonged anomalously warm water events’ and associated mass mortality and habitat shifts are becoming more common with record events occurring around the world. However, little is...
AODN Portal users are now able to download data in the form of shapefiles.
Last week the IMOS Director, Tim Moltmann and the IMOS Scientific Officer, Dr Ana Lara-Lopez attended the Greater Impact through Environmental Infrastructure Symposium in Canberra.