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.
The Western Australian Blueprint for Marine Science Initiative, launched today, guides the foundation of a long-term collaboration between all sectors operating in the marine environment.
University of Western Australia Oceans Institute PhD student, Mohammad Hadi Bahmanpour, was awarded the student ‘Best Poster’ at the International Coastal Symposium (ICS) held in Sydney in March.
The Minister took time during his visit to the Indian Ocean Marine Research Centre on Monday to check out NCRIS-funded IMOS infrastructure.
Swimmers in tomorrow’s annual Rottnest Channel Swim in Western Australia will be able to plan a tactical race thanks to a new tool created by IMOS OceanCurrent.
The IMOS Ocean gliders facility had a busy and successful year with a total of 26 deployments and, importantly, 26 recoveries in 2015.
New research* led by CSIRO has described how heavy rainfall caused the top layer of the southeast Indian Ocean to be less salty, creating a barrier layer which trapped the heat during the deadly marine heatwave – La Niña and the...