A new paper outlines the need for predicting marine heatwaves and highlights how IMOS is monitoring heatwaves in real time as they develop with ocean…

Scientists from The University of Western Australia have discovered Dense Shelf Water Transport around Australia are a unique occurrence globally,…

We deployed our first ocean glider today since the fleet was pulled out of the water in March

IMOS is responding to the high ocean temperatures on the GBR by mobilising our glider fleet into regions of greatest concern

Understanding the ocean processes in this region is important for the shipping, oil and gas, commercial fishing and tourism activities that take place…

The new IMOS Event-Based Sampling sub-facility was initiated in December 2018 with the goal of monitoring marine heatwaves using ocean gliders.

Valuable data from an under-surveyed geographical area has recently become available.

The dual purpose goal of the Bluelink partnership is to maintain global, regional, and littoral ocean forecast systems to support Defence…

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