The June issue includes the following stories:
- State of the Environment report released,
- 74.2 billion reasons to observe Australia’s ocean estate,
- IMOS farewells Dr Susan Wijffels,
- IMOS Task Team goes troppo to solve radiometry challenges,
- Marine environmental information in Australia- how NCRIS has made a difference,
- Marine heatwaves – surface temperature doesn’t tell the whole story,
- Modelling What We Sample and Sampling What We Model: Challenges for Zooplankton Model Assessment,
- Mass Fish Die-Off at Mallacoota: Upwelling and the EAC?
- Long-term phytoplankton time series data from the Port Hacking National Reference Station to be examined in three international collaborations,
- Challenger glider crosses equator on record journey,
- Radar observations prove to be a useful tool for examining frontal eddies along the East Australian Current,
- IMOS data charts the course of the 2015-16 coral bleaching event on the Great Barrier Reef,
- 7th Ocean Data Interoperability Platform (ODIP) workshop held in Hobart,
- AODN conducts three practicals for IMAS/UTAS course,
- A tale of two eddies in the EAC: introducing Murphy and Freddy,
- Postgraduate Student profile Ana Paula Berger, the dynamical partitioning of the Indonesian Throughflow.
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