Ken Ridgway

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1 SOOS editors thank all contributors for their comments and input to the SOOS document. It has been the editors' wish to include all those who have made a contribution, though we apologise in advance if we have inadvertently omitted any names. *The Editors thank these contributors for conducting formal reviews of this Strategy.
The East Australian Current (EAC) is a complex and highly energetic western boundary system in the southwestern Pacific off eastern Australia. The EAC provides both the western boundary of the South Pacific Gyre and the linking element between the Pacific and Indian Ocean gyres. The EAC is weaker than other western boundary currents and is dominated by a(More)
Sustained observations allow for the tracking of change in oceanography and ecosystems, however, these are rare, particularly for the Southern Hemisphere. To address this in part, the Australian Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS) implemented a network of nine National Reference Stations (NRS). The network builds on one long-term location, where(More)
This report summarizes a workshop on the Coral Sea to determine key research findings and identify the research gaps needed to support sustainable management of a proposed Coral Sea Marine Reserve. Key research questions included determining the connectivity of apex predators with the broader southwest Pacific Ocean, and assessing the regions’ biodiversity(More)
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