Welcome to the GBROOS-Data web site! This site gives access to the data collected by the Great Barrier Reef Ocean Observing System (GBROOS) Project which is part of the Australian Integrated Marine Observing System or IMOS. GBROOS is run by the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) on behalf of a consortium of Universities and research agencies.
GBROOS is an observing system that looks to document the impact of the Coral Sea on the Great Barrier Reef and in particular to provide the observational data to understand long term change and the impact this will have on the Great Barrier Reef.
There are five components to GBROOS, the data from each of these can be accessed via this site.
- Nine long term moorings, data includes temperature and salinity profiles, waves and currents;
- Two reference mooring stations – basic oceanographic parameters;
- Sensor networks located on a number of reefs, data includes temperature profiles and weather data (with more to be added over time);
- Remote sensing satellite data (sea surface temperature and ocean colour data)
- Underway sampling (temperature, salinity, chlorophyll)
Use the links below to directly access the information you require or use the navigating bar to the left to navigate around the site. Finally of you would like to leave feedback or contact us please go to the About / Contact Us page.
- Click for information about the GBROOS project in general
- Click for information about the IMOS project
- Click to see the latest data from the reef
- Click to explore and graph the sensor network data from the project
- Click to see what sensor network equipment is deployed and where
- Click to see mooring deployments
- Click to contact us or to leave feedback
- Click to go to the AIMS web site