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Friday 21 April 2017

IMOS Task Team goes troppo to solve radiometry challenges

Images of the ocean from space show a range of colours that indicate levels of algae and other factors influencing ocean colour. Observations much closer to the ocean surface are required to validate images produced by satellite...[more]

Category: Home Slider, Q-IMOS, WA-IMOS, IMOS OceanColour

Thursday 20 April 2017

IMOS data charts the course of the 2015-16 coral bleaching event on the Great Barrier Reef

The 2015-16 summer saw widespread coral bleaching along the Great Barrier Reef. Data from the IMOS Wireless Sensor Networks provided daily real-time measures of temperature, bleaching stress and risk which helped guide survey and...[more]

Category: Home Slider, FAIMMS, Q-IMOS

Friday 7 April 2017

Experimental drifting wave buoy observations of Severe Tropical Cyclone Debbie

Tropical Cyclone Debbie left a well documented trail of destruction in north Queensland. IMOS observations have enhanced our understanding of its impact on the marine environment.[more]

Category: ANMN, ANFOG, Q-IMOS, Home Slider

Tuesday 14 March 2017

Intrusive upwelling in the central Great Barrier Reef

The central Great Barrier Reef (GBR) has an open reef matrix along the outer-shelf compared to the north and south which presents more as a true barrier. [more]

Category: Home Slider, Q-IMOS, ANMN

Thursday 26 May 2016

Slocum gliders track sub-surface warming in the Great Barrier Reef

In recent months, widespread coral bleaching has been reported from the Northern to the Central Great Barrier Reef (GBR). [more]

Category: Home Slider, ANFOG, SRS, Q-IMOS

Wednesday 2 March 2016

eReefs glides to new levels of Reef monitoring

IMOS Ocean gliders are the latest tool to be deployed in the mission to collect vital information on the water quality of the Great Barrier Reef. Deploying the gliders in little observed northern Great Barrier Reef waters is an...[more]

Category: Home Slider, ANFOG, Q-IMOS

Monday 30 November 2015

Predictions of severe coral bleaching events mobilise marine scientists to monitor the oceans

Scientists across Australia are preparing for what could be the most damaging coral bleaching event (or marine heat wave) in history.[more]

Category: ANMN, Home Slider, Q-IMOS

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