The Southern Ocean is one of the most important, yet least observed of marine habitats. Connecting all the world’s oceans through the Antarctic Circumpolar Current, the physical structure of the Southern Ocean profoundly...
The ocean today is warmer, and sea levels higher, than at any time since the instrumental record began: State of the Climate 2014.
The CSIRO and the Australian Bureau of Meteorology have released their third State of the Climate report today. It provides a summary of observations of Australia’s climate and analysis of the factors that influence it.
Sensor-equipped southern elephant seals have helped scientists to discover a key source of cold water that helps to regulate the Earth’s climate.
Research by Professor Mark Hindell and Dr Guy Williams is featured in this story, looking at the behavior of the seals with the changing oceanic conditions and how the seals are providing information on the production of...
This final mooring deployment means IMOS is observing Australia's deep oceans from the tropics to Antarctica.
This year on World Oceans Day IMOS is celebrating the successful retrieval of the first weather buoy deployed in the remote Southern Ocean.