Argos publications

20.11.2015 Forum #80 Argos, monitoring the impacts of climate change

- Polar bears and climate change
- A near real-time climate observation system for high latitudes
- Boom-bust nomads in a changing climate
- Triton moorings for the tropical ocean climate
- Sharpening climate change predictions for marine fishes
- What future for Crozet Island's king penguins?
- Monitoring cyclonic waves
- How leatherback turtles will react to climate change
- ARGO: A revolution in climate research
- ARGOS: An enabling technology for climate research

28.04.2015 Forum #80 Innovations in Ocean Science

-Exploring the possibility of using Argo float data to validate bathymetric data
-Observing the Southern Ocean and beyond with an extremely long-lived drifting buoy
-Elephant seals as an innovative source of in-situ observations in the Southern Ocean
-Transforming the IMOCA 60s of the Barcelona World Race into Volunteer Ships
-Finding a lost glider in the Southern Ocean

04.11.2014 Forum #79 Special Edition International User Conference Argos

The Science, The Success, The System
A tribute to the International Argos User’s Conference on Wildlife Applications,
National Aquarium, Baltimore, USA, November 18-20, 2014

- DIVERSITY AND ECOLOGY OF SPECIES TRACKED BY ARGOS
- WILDLIFE TRACKING CONSERVATION APPLICATIONS
- USING ARGOS TO UNDERSTAND PROTECTED HABITATS AND SPECIES
- ARGOS AS A TOOL TO ADVANCE GLOBAL CONSERVATION AND IMPROVE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY, ECONOMICS AND SOCIETY
- KEYNOTE ADDRESS WALLACE J. NICHOLS
- USING ARGOS TRACKING TO ASSESS IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON WILDLIFE
- ARGOS TRACKING - BEST PRACTICES AND LESSONS LEARNED
- THE ARGOS SYSTEM
- HOW MUST ARGOS EVOLVE

PANEL DISCUSSION:
- SUCCESS STORIES IN CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT
- ADVANCES IN ARGOS WILDLIFE TRACKING TOOLS
- HOW RESULTS AND CONCLUSIONS ARE EFFECTIVELY COMMUNICATEDTO THE GENERAL PUBLIC
- SUSTAINING THE FUTURE OF ARGOS WILDLIFE TRACKING

19.06.2014 Forum #78 News from the ocean

- Studies of currents in the Sea of Okhotsk and adjoining areas
- Comparison of TMI and AMSR-E sea surface temperature with recent Argo near-surface temperature over the global oceans
- The global drifter program and the implementation of the Argos-3 technology
- Project: Messages in a bottle with a modern twist
- News: Finding a lost transmitter in Spain’s Sierra de los Filabres

02.12.2013 Forum #77 Birds and ARGOS, a worldwide journey

- Understanding movements of avian scavengers on both sides of the Equator
- Tracking carnaby’s cockatoos in Western Australia
- Natal dispersal of eagle owls: a European scale project
- Studying marabou storks around the lake Victoria basin
- Spatio-temporal tracking of common wood pigeons in Europe
- Cross or go around the sea? The effect of weather conditions on the migratory strategy of oriental
honey buzzards
- NorthStar Grant Program: presentation of the winning projects
- Zoom on: tracking Egyptian vultures in the Middle East
- News: ARGOS-3 HD:jpeg images trasmission in addition to meteorological data
GONIOMETER RXG-134: to help you find your platform equipped with an ARGOS transmitter

02.07.2013 Forum #76 South America

USER PROGRAMS
- Mapping the home range of Harpy Eagles in the Brazilian Amazon basin
- Spatial ecology: tracking vicuñas in the Chilean Altiplano
- Tracking sea turtles in Brazil
- Deepen hydrology knowledge in French Guyana
- Unveiling the mysteries of humpback whale movements and migration in the western south Atlantic Ocean
- New conservation tools for sharks in Patagonia

03.01.2013 Forum #75 Indian Ocean

- Solving the mystery of sea turtle migration in the western Indian Ocean
- New insight into arabian sea OMZ using -Argo-oxygen data
- Studying whale sharks in the western Indian Ocean
- Sustainable management of tuna in north Indian Ocean
- The Argo program in the Indian Ocean

31.05.2012 Forum #74 Establishing, managing and evaluating marine protected areas with Argos

Identifying important bird areas (IBAS) with Argos
How seabird foraging grounds indicate priority areas for MPAS
Feathers and Argos transmitters
Migratory movements of sharks in the Galapagos marine reserve
Tracking loggerhead turtles

05.01.2012 Forum #73 Tracking pollution with Argos

In the aftermath of the Great Tsunami: Tracking the chaotic movement of marine debris
Oil and sea birds don’t mix: New technique for tracking Western Grebes
Argos data play a role in understanding the Great Garbage Patch
Argos tracks green tide off the Chinese coast
Benefits of Argos-3 for the data buoy community

01.07.2011 Forum #72 Measuring Extreme Environments

Sea of Okhotsk beluga whales: Seasonal movements and habitat use
Southern Ocean Argo: The final frontier
ROSAME network observations in the Southern Ocean and Antarctica
Argos-3 in the North Pole
More positions and better accuracy for Argo