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IMAS Investigator voyage news updates

27 February 2016: 

MAJOR IMAS INVESTIGATOR VOYAGE COMPLETEInvestigator in Hobart

The IMAS Investigator voyage to the Southern Ocean ended in Hobart today after a 16 000 kilometre journey. 

10 February 2016: 

CREATING ART ON REMOTE SUB-ANTARCTIC VOYAGEJames Batchelor

Two Australian artists are creating art in one of the most unlikely and remote places on Earth – aboard the IMAS Investigator scientific voyage to the Southern Ocean.

1 February 2016: 
IMAS INVESTIGATOR VOYAGE CATCHES RARE GLIMPSE OF ERUPTING AUSTRALIAN VOLCANOBig Ben erupting

Scientists on board the CSIRO research vessel Investigator have taken rare footage of an eruption of the Big Ben volcano on remote sub-Antarctic Heard Island during an IMAS voyage to the Kerguelen Plateau.

8 January 2016: 

IMAS INVESTIGATOR VOYAGE SEEKING LINK BETWEEN SUBMARINE VOLCANOES AND OCEAN LIFE

Over the next 58 days a major IMAS research voyage will study the link between underwater volcanoes and the mobilisation of iron which enriches and supports life in the Southern Ocean.

Authorised by the Executive Director, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies
February 27, 2016