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Marine Matters issue 21 now available

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


RV Falkor is silhouetted as the sun sets over the Timor Sea. Photo credit: SOI/ Logan Mock Bunting

The 21st issue of the IMOS newsletter Marine Matters is now available. 

The June edition includes the following stories:

  • Sea level is rising fast – and it seems to be speeding up
  • A fresh new look for the IMOS OceanCurrent website
  • Surprising results as RV Investigator’s first scientific voyage builds on IMOS long-term monitoring of the Southern Ocean
  • The World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia will be the focus of a new marine research partnership between CSIRO and BHP Billiton Petroleum
  • Darwin Harbour safer for shipping with improved ability to predict conditions
  • NSW floodwaters seen from space and by an IMOS glider
  • Moorings crucial for understanding the East Australian Current
  • AUV deployed in a coordinated robotics voyage aboard the RV Falkor on the Scott Reef
  • Rare tropical diatom discovered for the first time at the Moreton Bay National Reference Station
  • Long Term Data Series from the Rottnest Island National Reference Station
  • Animal Tracking - Making Connections
  • Lizard Island: another year another cyclone
  • Twenty-three years of IMOS sea surface temperatures for coastal research
  • Postgraduate student profile- Laura Richardson: Water Mass connectivity and mixing along the southern margin of Australia.

To download the latest issue click here