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Marine Matters issue 22 now available

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


Image credit: Rob Harcourt, Macquarie University.

The 22nd issue of the IMOS newsletter Marine Matters is now available. 

The December edition includes the following stories:

  • Perth Canyon soundscape dominated by whale song and fish choruses
  • Launch of the IMOS Annual Highlights 2014-15 document
  • New IMOS video series: IMOS in MOcean
  • Connected by ocean
  • NESP Marine Biodiversity Hub launched in Hobart by the Hon Greg Hunt MP
  • CO2 uptake in the Southern Ocean is revived
  • A vision in blue - 10-year plan for the investment and research needed to grow and manage Australia's Blue Economy launched in Canberra
  • International report confirms: 2014 was Earth’s warmest year on record
  • Searching for the canaries of the marine world
  • Successful Forum for Operational Oceanography (FOO) meeting and new website
  • Change of leadership for the Southern Australia –IMOS (SAIMOS) Science Node
  • Improving fish size and quality in the South Australian Sardine Fishery
  • NSW-IMOS ecosystem workshop a success
  • New ocean glider deployment locations
  • Leadership change for the National Mooring Network
  • High Speed Live Wire
  • IMOS welcomes Dr Simone Cosoli in his new role as Director of the Ocean Radar Facility
  • Postgraduate Student Profile – Henry Ellis

To download the latest issue click here.