The 32nd issue of the IMOS newsletter, Marine Matters, is available to download via our website.
The April issue includes the following stories:
- The IMOS Annual Planning Meeting 2019,
- IMOS New Technology Proving capability launched at the Annual Planning Meeting,
- Introducing the IMOS Science and Technology Advisory Committee,
- Ocean observations inform the state of our climate,
- IMOS plankton and nutrient data used to validate eReefs model,
- Revealing the hidden diversity of Australian microbes in the environment,
- New IMOS Multi-Sensor Sea Surface Temperature Composites provide better coverage and accuracy,
- Argo floats tell us how fast the ocean is warming,
- Altimeter wind and wave database on AODN,
- New Book - PLANKTON: A Guide to Their Ecology and Monitoring for Water Quality
- IMOS OceanCurrent: Great Barrier Reef gets a reprieve from the heat this year
- FOCUS on Facilities: New IMOS activities,
- Postgraduate student: Phil Dyer.
Download the latest issue here.