The data published today in the prestigious Nature journal Scientific Data, has tracked the whereabouts of 117 marine species, ranging from sharks and...

 

 

User Interface testing in the Australian Ocean Data Network (AODN) office is conducted in line with the cycle of the SCRUM methodology employed by...

Postdoc Dr Kate Lee has been funded to determine the main oceanographic drivers of the movement of sharks, with the project using IMOS data.

The seasonal occurrence of larval fish (phenology) is a useful metric for assessing the rapidly changing marine climate. Phenology of ichthyoplankton...

The Australian Ocean Data Network (AODN) has commenced using Amazon Web Services (AWS) Batch; a service that is optimising gridded data aggregation...

Presentations and Meetings

The latest issue of the IMOS newsletter, Marine Matters, is available to download via the website.

Planning for the third, decadal, international conference on ocean observing, OceanObs’19, is now officially underway.