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

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

The second in our three-part series about the New Technology Projects focuses on the Wind Speed and Direction sub-Facility.

The IMOS New Technology Proving Facility represents a significant and exciting new opportunity for the IMOS community.

Whilst the Bonney coast upwelling season started slowly this summer, it has developed into an extremely strong upwelling event late in the season.

The new dataset from the IMOS Surface Waves Sub-Facility can be used for studying the impacts of extreme wind speeds, assist with ship routing, and...

A recent study published in Nature examined tracking data from 4,060 individuals of 17 species of marine predators, including IMOS Animal Tracking...

The New Technology Proving capability in IMOS is an exciting opportunity to direct investment into piloting new technologies, methods, and approaches....