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Category: IMOS

2010-11 IMOS Highlights document published

Today we have published our IMOS Annual Highlights Document online.

Kim Brooks, AIMS

The report opens with an overview of the year and a brief description of how IMOS works.  Summaries are then provided for the five, major research themes addressed by IMOS, along with a small selection of annual highlights by theme.  Performance indicators and a financial summary are provided at the rear, along with acknowledgement of our Operators and Co-Investors.

The activities and outcomes highlighted in the report reflect the collective efforts of ten operating institutions, dozens of co-investors, and hundreds of scientists, technicians and administrators working across Australian marine and ocean-climate science.  By all measures, 2010-11 has been an outstanding year. 

The Australian marine and ocean-climate science community is fortunate to have been given the opportunity to create a national, collaborative, multi-disciplinary observing system of this scale.  Through IMOS, we are very conscious of seizing the opportunity and the acceleration of science and research output reflected in this report gives a taste of things to come.

To download the IMOS 2010-11 Highlights Document click here.