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, etc.
Understanding the potential dispersal of HPAI H5N1 virus by migratory wildfowl, Reducing risk of osprey collisions with aircraft, How female Lesser scaup are affected by pollution in the Great Lakes, etc.
Max, the bird tracked for the longest period, The elephant, the largest land animal ever tracked by satellite, The most unlikely creature tracked by Argos: a giant jellyfish, etc.
JCOMMOPS and Argos: 30 years of close cooperation, Satellite-derived motion analysis using Argos ice buoys, A short history of the surface velocity program drifter, etc.
Satellite tracking and avian conservation in Asia, Tracking marine mammals over the seas and under the waves, Tracking Canada’s caribou with Argos, etc.
networks: the key to understanding the tropical oceans, ARGO: a global ocean observing system for climate research and operational oceanography, Developing a small drifting buoy system with sea surface CO2 sensor, etc.
24 - 26 October 2016, La Jolla, United States The Argos Joint Tariff Agreement (JTA) provides for an international mechanism to seek for cost-effective location and data processing of data collected...