IMOS data has a diverse range of applications. The following are examples of how IMOS data have been applied.
'Using Animal-borne Cameras to Quantify Prey Field, Habitat Characteristics and Foraging Success in a Marine Top Predator', Deakin University
John Arnould, Mark Hindell, Jayson Semmens, 2011-2013,
Partner Institution(s): University of Tasmania,
'Resolving environmental dynamics in Port Phillip Bay, using high repeat sampling off the Spirit of Tasmania 1', Environment Protection Authority Victoria, University of Melbourne.
Randall Lee, Sebastien Mancini, Guillaume Martinez, Malcolm Lindsay
'Predicting marine currents, nutrients and plankton in the coastal waters of South Eastern Tasmania in response to changing weather patterns', Christine Crawford, Stewart Frusher, Kerrie Swadling, 2014-2017, Funding: Fisheries Research and Development Corporation
'Southern rock lobster thrive in Tasman Fracture CMR', Neville Barrett,
University of Tasmania and CSIRO
'Patterns of interaction between habitat and oceanographic variables affecting the connectivity and productivity of invertebrate fisheries', Daniel Ierodiaconou, Eric Treml, Steve Swearer, Nick Murphy, Mary Young, Adam Miller, Jan Strugnell, Harry Gorfine, Craig Sherman, Bridget Green.
Partner Institution(s): Deakin University, University of Melbourne, La Trobe University, Fisheries Victoria, University of Tasmania.
Funding: FRDC 2015-025.