Feeling brave? Sea surface temperatures around Tasmania are taking time to warm up for that first swim of summer this year.

Through IMOS the Bureau of Meteorology has converted the existing Australian Global and Regional Multi-Sensor SST Analyses to comply with the latest...

The new dataset collection is from the network of automated Marine Weather and Oceanographic Stations deployed by AIMS since the 1980’s.

As part of today’s official opening of the Wave Energy Research Centre and University of Western Australia Great Southern Marine Research Facility in...

Highly migratory marine vertebrates were the focus of a workshop at the recent OceanObs19 attended by staff from the IMOS Animal Tracking Facility.

The Australian branch of the global Biogeochemical Argo effort have deployed their first two floats into the EAC from the RV Investigator.

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.