OceanCurrent - Ocean Surface Currents and Temperature

Ocean News:

Technical News:
Launch of OceanCurrent2.0 (27 March 2015): [more ...]

Prepared maps and animations

TimorP_chl Kimberley_chl Rowley_chl XmasI_chl NWS_chl Ningaloo_chl Rottnest_chl DonPer_chl Perth_chl Perth_chl CLeeu_chl SAgulfs_chl EGAB_chl RechEyre_chl Adelaide_chl Coffs_chl SNSW_chl Brisbane2_chl Bris-Syd SGBR_chl CGBR_chl GoC_chl NGBR_chl Brisbane_chl LordHoweS_chl TasE Syd-Hob_chl Tas_chl AlbEsp_chl MODIScomp TimorP Kimberley Rowley XmasI NWS Ningaloo Rottnest DonPer Perth Perth CLeeu SAgulfs EGAB RechEyre Adelaide Coffs SNSW Brisbane2 Bris-Syd SGBR CGBR NGBR Brisbane LordHoweS TasE Syd-Hob Tas AlbEsp SE SW NE NW GAB SO sst_anom ht sst_n sst_s uv
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Imagery for import into Google Earth

[West Australia, last 6 days] [2008-now]       [East Australia, last 6 days] [2008-now]
Click one of these links to make a map of the anomaly of 3-day average SST for WA or East Australia appear in Google Earth. If you select the 'last 6 days' link, drag the time slider right to see the most recent data. For either recent or old, zoom in to see 'snapshot' images of SST anomaly, overlain with altimeter-derived estimates of currents. Move the time slider slowly to load other days' data. Tip: Do not save this to My Places in GE. To refresh tomorrow, reload from the website.
The GE screenshot at left [expand] shows an ocean rower positioning himself to get a free ride with the current, as an example of how GE enables you to combine information from several sources.

Argo temperature and salinity         Moored current meters                     Gliders


Access to data files

[IMOS data portal] [Near-Real-Time gridded altimetry via OPeNDAP] [Delayed-Mode gridded altimetry via OPeNDAP] [IMOS Satellite Remote Sensing Facility]


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