The March issue includes the following stories:
- Launch of the new-look IMOS website
- Dr Gary Meyers, the inaugural IMOS Director, honoured at a special session at the AMOS 2018 conference
- National IMOS community gathers in Hobart for the IMOS Annual Planning Meeting
- Investigating new technology for sustained observing of the marine environment
- NextGen AUV trialled in Hawaii as part of a coordinated robotics expedition
- The Liquid Robotics’ Wave Glider – a multi-purpose platform for ocean and shelf observations – lessons from the Great Barrier Reef.
- Automated Measuring of Marine Microbial Diversity
- Newcastle radar monitoring the EAC separation point
- Bass Strait Glider Reveals the Ancient Bassian Lake
- Change of Node leadership for WAIMOS
- NRS Marine Microbial observatories support innovative research collecting whale blow microbiota.
- SAIMOS moorings on display as part of the SARDI Open Day
- New database of 173, 333 chlorophyll a records from Australian waters published in Nature Scientific Data
- New continental-scale data from the IMOS animal tracking system maps a decade of widespread marine species movement
- New data product - SST Atlas of Australian Regional Seas (SSTAARS)
- Tanziha Mahjabin postgraduate student studying the occurrence and controls on Dense Shelf Water Cascades around Australia
- Miaoju (Mia) Chen postgraduate student studying the chlorophyll response to physical forcing on the Rottnest Continental Shelf
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