Tracking technologies have given scientists and authorities new tools to aid in the quest for people and sharks to peacefully coexist.
A member of the public last month found a large orange buoy, with instrumentation attached, washed up on a remote beach on the Yorke Peninsula, South Australia.
A torpedo shaped underwater glider has just completed a 74-day journey through the waters of the Great Australian Bight returning loaded with information about the Bight – along with a few battle scars.
An IMOS Slocum glider is presently making the most detailed survey ever conducted of the bio-physical properties of a Bonney Coast upwelling event.
A major research program on the marine ecosystems of the Great Australian Bight was a “great example of the expanding use and value of the national Integrated Marine Observing System to Australian science and industry,” according...
The ability to determine the optimum balance between aquaculture development and the long term health of SA’s Spencer Gulf has advanced considerably with the development of a ‘super computer ocean model’ by scientists from the...