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Marine Matters issue 24 now available

The latest issue of the IMOS newsletter, Marine Matters, is available to download via the website.

The copepod Corycaeus speciosus. Copyright Anita Slotwinski.

The June edition includes the following stories:

  • A single portal to access marine data,
  • Marine ecosystems benefit from collaboration between IMOS and data processing software developers,
  • Vale Gary Meyers,
  • Blue economy on the global agenda,
  • Australia’s Chief Scientists visit IMOS in Hobart,
  • Wobbegongs have more complex social lives than we thought,
  • 'IMOS in MOcean' video – What is currently happening in Australia's oceans?
  • Introducing the Zooplankton Ocean Observing and Modelling (ZOOM) Task Team,
  • IMOS OceanCurrent: Slocum gliders track sub-surface warming in the Great Barrier Reef,
  • Deep Water Moorings: The EAC Array - Revealing the Boundary Current,
  • Ocean Gliders: Minister for Education and Training Simon Birmingham visits the IMOS ocean glider facility,
  • Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUV): Welcomes new Technical Officer,
  • National Mooring Network: Ocean acidification impact on shellfish production,
  • Satellite Remote Sensing: Satellite Oceanography Users Workshop 2015 videos now available,
  • SAIMOS: Prawn and crab harvest optimisation: a biophysical management tool,
  • Postgraduate student: Mohammad Hadi Bahmanpour.

To download the latest issue click here.