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Marine Matters issue 20 available now

The latest issue of the IMOS newsletter, Marine Matters, is available to download via the website.


Deep water mooring at Totten Glacier. Credit:Steve Rintoul CSIRO and ACE CRC

The 20th issue of the IMOS newsletter Marine Matters is now available.

The March edition includes the following stories:

  • Distinct rise in global ocean temperatures detected by Argo floats
  • IMOS recently launched its Facebook page
  • Warm ocean water melts largest glacier in East Antarctica
  • Introducing the Australian Forum for Operational Oceanography (FOO)
  • IMOS community meets for annual planning
  • Reef Integrated Monitoring and Reporting Program
  • Long-range movement of bull sharks revealed
  • Postdoctoral project profile: Colette Kerry, the University of New South Wales
  • IMOS has a new science node: South East Australia IMOS (SEA-IMOS)
  • IMOS ocean observations underpin unique post-graduate course in Sydney
  • EAC glider featured on Coast Australia
  • Industry support for the IMOS BA-SOOP project grows
  • IMOS hits the highway
  • An odd use of a Slocum glider
  • AUV deployed to examine the benefits of a no-take marine reserve off Tasmania's wild southwest coast
  • Update from the Animal Tagging and Monitoring facility
  • Postgraduate student profile- Penny Pascoe

To download the latest issue click here.