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PHYTOPLANKTON AROUND AUSTRALIA, FROM ESA's SENTINEL3-OLCI RSSRG AT THE AMSA 2017 CONFERENCE RSSRG AT THE IOCS2017 MEETING
September 2017
RSSRG has developed a data processing capability, taking advantage of the availability of the Sentinel3/OLCI Level1 products from the Australia Copernicus data hub

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July 2017
We were invited to give a talk on remote sensing at the 2017 AMSA conference in Darwin (NT), and also contributed a poster on the IMOS Radiometry task team work

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May 2017
RSSRG was attending the 3rd International Ocean Color Science Meeting in Lisbon, Portugal, with a number of posters and active participation in the breakout sessions

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DORJI ET AL. Plos ONE 2017 ACE EXPEDITION COMPLETED INITIAL THETIS PROFILER DEPLOYMENT
April 2017
One of our recent publications in Plos ONE tells you about the impact of the spatial resolution of satellite remote sensing sensors in the quantification of total suspended sediment concentration

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March 2017
Nina Schuback and Charlotte Robinson came back from the 3-month Antarctic Circumnavigation Expedition to which RSSRG took part. This research voyage was unique and not without some challenges!

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March 2017
The Thetis profiler system (ARC LIEF grant) has been deployed off Rottnest island for the first time after it was commissionned by the manufacturer in late 2016


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ESA's FRM4SOC PROJECT IMOS 2017 ANNUAL PLANNING MEETING 22nd IOCCG ANNUAL COMMITTEE MEETING
February 2017
The European Space Agency (ESA) has set up the "Fiducial Reference Measurements For Satellite Ocean Color" (FRM4SOC) project in 2016, to which we take part, bringing our expertise in field measurements of optical and radiometric quantities, and our experience in satellite calibration/validation activities

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January 2017
We took part to the 2017 IMOS Annual planning meeting that was held in Perth, to report on our work with the "Radiometry task Team", and to further our interaction with the IMOS community




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January 2017
The RSSRG has been involved with the IOCCG for many years, and we were pleased to have the 2017 annual committee meeting in Perth this year





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JAXA's GCOM-C MISSION 2017 PI MEETING THE AKADEMIK TRYOSHNYKOV STOPS IN HOBART VOYAGE PREPARATION ON THE AKADEMIK TRYOSHNYKOV, BREMERHAVEN
January 2017
RSSRG is among the few non-Japanese funded PIs for the Japanese GCOM-C mission, whose annual meeting was held in Tokyo in January 2017



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January 2017
The ACE expedition Leg1 was completed and the Akademik Tryoshnykov made a stop in Hobart. The RSSRG team was resupplied with the necessary consumables, tools etc... so that they could start the Legs 2 and 3 in optimal conditions

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November 2016
The Akademik Tryoshnykov spent time in Bremerhaven, Germany, before heading south to start the ACE expedition. The RSSRG team took this occasion to start installing a number of equipment on the ship

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RSSRG GOES TROPPO THETIS QUALIFICATION DEPLOYMENT
November 2016
RSSRG co-led the IMOS "Radiometry Task Team", whose activities included a radiometry inter-comparison exercise carried out at the Lucinda Jetty Coastal Observatory (LJCO) in Queensland

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November 2016
The Thetis profiler was received from the manufacturer (WET Labs), and a qualification/test deployment was carried out off Rottnest with WET Labs assistance

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