With a career focused on robotics and mapping ocean floor habitats, Head of Aerospace, Mechatronic and Mechanical Engineering Professor Stefan...

This year's successful and positive IMOS Annual Planning Meeting was a testament to the hard work from all those across the community. With the 2018...

The thirteenth IMOS Annual Planning Meeting was held in Brisbane on 12-14 February, with up to 120 people in attendance. A highlight of the meeting...

A new study provides the first analysis of the planktonic and nutrient dynamics simulated by the eReefs biogeochemical model, driven by catchment flow...

Tiny genetic ‘breadcrumbs’ left behind by marine organisms offer unprecedented insights into ocean biodiversity and how it changes over time and in...

The position is ideally suited to a highly strategic, creative and visionary leader with demonstrated success in leading large-scale collaborative...

Due to the orbital decay of the NOAA-18 and NOAA-19 satellites, the IMOS AVHRR L3S SST products are likely to become unusable by the end of February....

The new Surface Waves sub-facility has published its first data collection in the AODN Portal; a global database of wind speed and wave height...

Ocean observing has been in the news in recent days. A major international study published in the journal Science shows that the ocean is warming...