A new project is looking to understand how local or reef scale, regional and global oceanographic and meteorological processes influence the severity...

The NSW-IMOS was recently awarded a RAAP grant through the NSW State Government’s Office of the Chief Scientist and Engineer to facilitate...

After 10 years, the autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) Sirius has returned to South Australia to expand the IMOS integrated benthic monitoring...

Sampling the microbes living in whale blow could provide an indicator of the health of migrating whale populations. Researchers from Macquarie...

The RV Investigator departed from Brisbane last week to turn around the EAC deep water mooring array.

IMOS has deployed four ocean gliders concurrently in the same region for the first time, alongside our deep water mooring array.

Wave Gliders, wave powered autonomous surface robots, are a proven ocean surface observing platform but their use in shallower complex reef and shelf...

A joint research voyage involving scientists from IMAS and IMOS will this weekend sail for the Southern Ocean on board the Marine National Facility...

Postdoc Dr Kate Lee has been funded to determine the main oceanographic drivers of the movement of sharks, with the project using IMOS data.