The July issue includes the following stories:
- IMOS welcomes new Queensland Government funding to extend our observations in the region,
- IMOS farewells Craig Steinberg (Craig will transition to part time at AIMS until December),
- New Synthetic Aperture Radar Waves database available through the AODN Portal,
- Drifting IMOS wave buoys have revealed the intensity and duration of Perth’s recent superstorm,
- International project uses IMOS data to develop and validate a new tool for satellite ocean colour data,
- IMOS ocean gliders back in the water to observe a marine heatwave near Broome,
- New user-friendly time series products from the IMOS coastal mooring network,
- Preparations continue for the Surface Water and Ocean Topography (SWOT) mission,
- IMOS glider data shows that reduction in vertical mixing exacerbated heat stress for Great Barrier Reef corals during the 2020 bleaching event,
- Postgraduate Student profiles: Yuri Niella, spatial and trophic ecology of coastal sharks in the Anthropocene.
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