An IMOS ocean glider was attacked by a shark off Yanchep, Western Australia. It has been recovered but has come off a little worse for wear.
Sometimes having a back-up plan pays dividends, as demonstrated by a recent ‘cat and mouse’ chase through the Torres Strait in search of a wayward ocean glider.
The Australian National Facility for Ocean Gliders has recently found pockets of dense ‘winter cascade’ water at a surprising number of locations over the continental shelf.
The ability to monitor and predict ocean conditions in Darwin Harbour is crucial for maritime safety. Building on existing observation infrastructure, a new monitoring station in the Beagle Gulf is set to provide detailed...
The World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia will be the focus of a new marine research partnership between CSIRO and BHP Billiton Petroleum
The program will use existing IMOS infrastructure at Ningaloo Reef.
An IMOS underwater research device called an ocean glider, which was missing for two years, has been found in the Perth Canyon, 60 km off the coast of Western Australia.
Just before Western Australia’s iconic ocean event, the Rottnest channel Swim, hundreds of individuals, eager to get the edge on their competitors, took a peek at IMOS Ocean Current’s forecast of currents between the mainland and...