An important requirement for collaborative ocean observing is the need to follow well-defined and reproducible methods across activities.

Yesterday a new IMOS mooring was deployed in the water off the Bonney Coast in a collaborative effort between SARDI and Deakin University.

High-frequency data collected over multiple years by IMOS at our acidification moorings was used to identify the main drivers involved in variability...

Phytoplankton and zooplankton abundances are measured in samples obtained with the IMOS Ships of Opportunity facility's Continuous Plankton Recorder...

A new Australia-wide research framework initiative, the ‘Australian Microbiome’, brings together researchers from more than 40 institutions and...

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...

One of the first of its kind in the world, a benchmark database of larval fish collected over the last three decades and analysed by UNSW researchers...

In a new paper published today in the Nature journal Scientific Data scientists from 18 Australian universities and research institutes have come...