Paper describing the new IMOS products from the sub-facility 2c Sea Surface Temperature (SST) Sensors: Beggs H., R. Verein, G. Paltoglou, H. Kippo and M. Underwood (2012) Enhancing ship of opportunity sea surface temperature observations in the Australian region, Journal of Operational Oceanography, (ISSN: 1755-8778), 5, 59-73. PDF available from http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/imarest/joo/2012/00000005/00000001/art00006 or by emailing h.beggs(at)bom.gov.au.
Report on Rottnest Ferry SST Validations Tests: A short technical report describing the quality of the SST data from the Rottnest Island Ferry (PV SeaFlyte) and tests performed to determine the sources of the SST errors.
Information regarding the call signs of the vessels currently collecting IMOS SST data and information about the sensors and dates can be found in the attached table.
Lee, R.S., Mancini, S., Martinez, G., and Lindsay, M (2011). Resolving environmental dynamics in Port Phillip Bay, using high repeat sampling off the Spirit of Tasmania 1. From proceedings Coasts and Ports Conference 2011, Perth, September 2011.
Links to data used in Port Phillip Bay baywide sampling program for the Channel Deepening Project: