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Marine Matters issue 26 now available

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


Elephant seal and pup. Image credit: Ben Arthur, CSIRO.

The March edition includes the following stories:

  • National IMOS community gathers in WA for annual meeting,
  • Inspired by plankton,
  • International ocean science leader visits Hobart,
  • Head of South African coastal observation visits IMOS office during Antarctic circumnavigation,
  • 2015/16 Annual Highlights document published,
  • NSW-IMOS announces leadership change,
  • Latest bioacoustic tracks from FV Antarctic Discovery provide unique data to IMOS,
  • A new paper and video series teaches analysis and visualisation of ocean glider data,
  • Industry collaboration doubles the data collection capacity of Australia's slocum glider fleet,
  • Intrusive upwelling in the central Great Barrier Reef,
  • Using autonomous drones to improve data quality for High-Frequency ocean radars,
  • Tough love for elephant seal pups,
  • Student profile: Nader Boutros, high resolution spatial surveys of demersal fish and their habitat using AUV's.

To download the latest issue click here.