The 30th issue of the IMOS newsletter, Marine Matters, is available to download via our website.
The June issue includes the following stories:
- IMOS data used to assess Bluelink’s regional and coastal modelling.
- Oceanographic drivers of bleaching in the GBR: from observations to prediction.
- Developing improved plankton data products for the IMOS community.
- Frontal systems on the Australian north-west shelf.
- Research Attraction and Acceleration Program (RAAP) grant to support NSW-IMOS by facilitating cross-disciplinary integration of IMOS data.
- Marine Biodiversity Hub project examines the occurrence and distribution of marine wildlife in the Bremer Bay region.
- Tracking the first nurdle spill in Australia from a sewage treatment facility.
- IMOS moorings continue to reveal the complexities of the East Australian Current.
- Gliders working together to further our understanding of the complex East Australian Current.
- The AUV Sirius returns to South Australia.
- New surface waves product on the way.
- Postgraduate student: Hugo Bastos de Oliveira's project 'Upwelling dynamics in Southern Australia'.
Download the latest issue here.