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Observation Technologies – Antarctica and Southern Ocean Forum

August 15, 2018

Utilising Fibre Optic Tow Cable Technology Now and in the Future

15:40  -  16:00
Auditorium

In recent years the Australian Antarctic Division have upgraded the Aurora Australis with an electro/optical tow cable to build upon…

Electronic Development of Long Term Passive Acoustic Monitoring Devices

16:00  -  16:20
Auditorium

The Australian Antarctic Division has developed low power electronics to receive and record continuous, long term, acoustic data sets in…

Autonomous, trace metal clean, seawater sampler: AUV integration and 12 month mooring deployment

16:20  -  16:40
Auditorium

The Southern Ocean is anaemic, with phytoplankton growth being slowed by the lack of the micronutrient iron. Phytoplankton are the…

August 16, 2018

Southern Ocean clouds and aerosols measured from ships and Macquarie Island

09:00  -  09:20
Auditorium

We examine recently collected cloud observations made from the surface of the Southern Ocean using W-band cloud radar, ceilometer and…

Pushing the boundaries of acoustic observation possibilities in challenging environments

09:20  -  09:40
Auditorium

Acoustics is important in the ocean, and passive acoustic monitoring is a key part of large scale autonomous and remote…

Using waves and power efficient loggers for autonomous profiling to collect high quality high density data for increased Periods

09:40  -  10:00
Auditorium

Sustaining Oceanographic Moorings in the Southern Ocean; Engineering Design and Challenges

10:00  -  10:20
Auditorium

The continuation of IMOS (Integrated Marine Observing System) funding body in Australia has provided opportunities for the deployment of oceanographic…