Friday 20 February 2015

Long-range movement of bull sharks revealed

This discovery was facilitated by use of data from the network of acoustic receivers around the coast of Australia deployed as part of the IMOS Animal Tagging and Monitoring Facility.[more]


Wednesday 9 July 2014

IMOS infrastructure captures details of Tropical Cyclone ‘Ita’

In February, tropical Cyclone Ita carved a path from the Solomon Islands across Papua New Guinea and through northern Queensland finally making land fall near Cape Flattery, north of Cooktown, as a Category-4 system. [more]

Category: FAIMMS, Q-IMOS

Monday 26 May 2014

Desert dust could threaten coral and our food chain

‘Rare’ find has scientists chasing answers on whether future dust storms will affect marine systems [media release][more]

Category: Q-IMOS, NSW-IMOS

Tuesday 18 December 2012

Can the Great Barrier Reef recover from devastation?

Photo taken from underwater, looking up at Associate Professor Stefan Williams, from the Australian Centre for Field Robotics, University of Sydney, working with the Autonomous Underwater Vehicle.

A reconnaissance mission by an underwater imaging robot hopes to discover a more resilient reef than feared, following devastation by Cyclone Yasi in February last year. Sirius is a robotic autonomous underwater vehicle that...[more]

Category: AUV, Q-IMOS

Thursday 2 December 2010

Coral Sea ocean glider completes longest mission yet for IMOS

The longest unmanned, remotely-controlled voyage yet undertaken in Australian waters has been completed.[more]

Category: ANFOG, Q-IMOS

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