Measuring the colour of the oceans is crucial for understanding marine ecosystems, their productivity and health.

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

This is the fifth moorings product that AODN staff have developed to ensure IMOS mooring data is more accessible and practical to use.

The third in our three-part series about the New Technology Projects focuses on the Profiling Moorings Evaluation sub-Facility.

The second in our three-part series about the New Technology Projects focuses on the Wind Speed and Direction sub-Facility.

The IMOS New Technology Proving Facility represents a significant and exciting new opportunity for the IMOS community.

With many of us working from home now is the perfect time to read the latest issue of the IMOS newsletter Marine Matters.

These Notebooks are useful for handling, plotting and analysing IMOS data.

Measuring the currents in the ocean with moored instruments is a sophisticated process. Acoustic Doppler Current Profilers can measure the movement of…