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

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

Tracking technologies have given scientists and authorities new tools to aid in the quest for people and sharks to peacefully coexist.

A recent paper has used more than a year of high-resolution (1.5 km, hourly) surface velocity measurements from the IMOS HF radar at Coffs Harbour to...

Marine heatwaves (MHWs) defined as ‘discrete prolonged anomalously warm water events’ and associated mass mortality and habitat shifts are becoming...

Researchers in a recent study have contrasted two eddies, Murphy and Freddy, that had formed in the Eastern Australian Current, whilst on board the...

Following a meeting on 11 January, the New South Wales node of IMOS (NSW-IMOS) announced that Justin Seymour, from the University of Technology Sydney...

A comprehensive data set collected by IMOS ocean gliders has been published in the Nature journal Scientific Data.

 

IMOS Animal tracking observations reveal that groupings of spotted wobbegong sharks, once thought to be chance occurrences, are now believed to...