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

With many of us working from home now is the perfect time to read the latest issue of the IMOS newsletter Marine Matters.

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

IMOS is responding to the high ocean temperatures on the GBR by mobilising our glider fleet into regions of greatest concern

Understanding the ocean processes in this region is important for the shipping, oil and gas, commercial fishing and tourism activities that take place...

The document showcases a selection of science highlights illustrating the many ways in which our research infrastructure was used over of the past...

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

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

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