This is the fifth moorings product that AODN staff have developed to ensure IMOS mooring data is more accessible and practical to use.

Measuring the currents in the ocean with moored instruments is a sophisticated process. Acoustic Doppler Current Profilers can measure the movement of...

Continuing with the development of products that make IMOS mooring data more accessible and practical to use, the GRIDDED Time Series combines and...

IMOS has a network of acidification moorings that measure the CO2 of the ocean’s surface and atmosphere, and the AODN team have recently updated the...

A new project is producing a range of long time series products that make mooring data more accessible

The National Mooring Network is a complex facility in the Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS) program, with different oceanographic instruments...

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...