Scientist community and testimonies
Argos is worldwide and we aim to enhance an online community to connect with people and information that interest you no matter where you are on the planet. Take the opportunity to share with us your experiences, pictures and ideas.
17.11.2014 Animal tracking applications Dr. Randall Wells, invited speaker to IUCAWA 2014
Sarasota Dolphin Research Program, Chicago Zoological Society Nominee - 2014 Indianapolis Prize Program director of the Sarasota Dolphin Research Program, the world’s longest-running study of a wild dolphin population.
10.11.2014 Animal tracking applications Dr. Ceballos, invited speaker to IUCAWA2014
From jaguars to bison : ecology and conservation science in Mexico
04.11.2014 Animal tracking applications Dr Nan Hauser, invited speaker to IUCAWA2014
Dr. Nan Hasuer, President and Director of the Center for Cetacean Research and Conservation, participates as an invited speaker to theInternational User Conference on Argos Wildlife Applications IUCAWA2014
03.11.2014 Animal tracking applications International User Conference on Argos Wildlife Applications
IUCAWA 2014 November 18-20, 2014, National Aquarium , Baltimore (MD USA)
31.10.2014 Oceanography and meteorological applications 30th session of the Data Buoy Cooperation panel
ClS participates to the 30th session of the Data Buoy Cooperation Panel. 27 - 31 October 2014, Weihai, China
29.10.2014 Animal tracking applications Dr Barbara Block, invited speaker to IUCAWA 2014
Marine biologist Barbara Block fits tuna with tracking tags (complete with transponders) that record unprecedented amounts of data about these gorgeous, threatened fish and the ocean habitats they move through...IUCAWA2014 Argos Forum special edition
21.10.2014 Animal tracking applications ‘Farewell Whales’ in Cook Island Maori
Aa safe migration from Oceania to Antarctica where the whales will feed for the southern hemisphere summer.
30.09.2014 Animal tracking applications Two magnificent birds of prey tracked with argos
Adrian Aebischer invites us to follow the geolocation of two black kites on his blog. (photo credit : Adrian Aebischer)
09.09.2014 Animal tracking applications Tagging and tracking whale sharks by a research team in Qatar
Satellite tags to track whale sharks movements
27.08.2014 Animal tracking applications Sea turtles equipped with Argos transmitters
COCA LOCA Project : understanding turtles migration and threats in the Indian Ocean (photo credit: Ifremer)
26.08.2014 Animal tracking applications Flamingo Conservation and Tracking in Bolivia
Flamingos can be tracked almost in real-time thanks to argos satellite transmitters.
17.03.2014 Animal tracking applications 34th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation
CLS will be attending the 34th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation from April 10 to 17, 2014 in New Orleans, USA.
23.02.2014 Goniometer Tracking great spotted cuckoos
“In May of 2013, we began tracking several Great Spotted Cuckoos with Argos 5g solar PTTs. In July of 2013, the position of one of them stabilized in a location 50 kms away from its capture area and we believed it had died. The PTT still transmitted from time to time but it was impossible for us to find it with the information provided by these transmissions... Considering the investment that is made in our PTTs, the goniometer seems to be a good tool to ensure we get as much use out of them as possible...
10.02.2014 Oceanography and meteorological applications Oceanology International conferences
CLS will be attending Oceanology International, from March 11 to 13, 2014 in London, UK.
01.02.2014 Goniometer Finding a glider in the Southern Ocean
In February 2014, a research team from the University of East Anglia deployed two Seagliders in the Amundsen Sea, to study the water salinity, temperature, and oxygen levels. The gliders use the Iridium satellite communication system for data relay, but the University team systematically attaches a robust SPOT-5 Argos tag to the antenna, in case of any malfunction with the Iridium system. After several days, communication with one of the two gliders became difficult.
16.12.2013 Oceanography and meteorological applications 94th Annual American Meteorological Society Meeting, February 2-6, 2014
CLS will be attending the 94th Annual American Meteorological Society Meeting on February 2-6, 2014 in Atlanta, Georgia.
15.11.2013 Animal tracking applications 20th Biennial Marine Mammal Conference
CLS will be attending the 20th Biennial Marine Mammal Conference from December 9 to 13, 2013 in Dunedin, New Zealand
30.10.2013 Oceanography and meteorological applications Marine Science, Buzios, Brazil
CLS will be present at Building the Marine Science - French Brazilian Meeting from 3-8 November 2013 in Buzios, Brazil.
21.10.2013 Animal tracking applications Understand and preserve the Harpy Eagle in the Brazilian Amazon with Argos
The harpy eagle (Harpia harpyja) population has declined considerably. The Argos tracking helps to better understand their behavior to preserve the species.
21.10.2013 Oceanography and meteorological applications Latin American Congress of Marine Sciences
15th Latin American Congress of Marine Sciences from 27 to 31 October in Punta del Este, Uruguay
16.10.2013 Oceanography and meteorological applications 14th Argo Data Management Team
BODC will host the 14th International Argo Data Management Team Meeting (ADMT14). The meeting will be held in Liverpool's Foresight Centre on 14 - 18 October 2013.
23.09.2013 Animal tracking applications The Wildlife Society’s 20th Annual Conference, Oct. 5-10, 2013.
Please meet us at The Wildlife Society's 20th Annual Conference, Oct. 5-10, 2013.
16.09.2013 Oceanography and meteorological applications Data Buoy Cooperation Panel (DBCP) September 23-27, Paris, France
We look forward to seeing you at DBCP 2013, held at UNESCO Headquarters, Paris France.
08.08.2013 Animal tracking applications Tracking sea turtles in Brazil via the Argos system
Sea turtles, are highly migratory, have a complex life cycle and use a wide range of habitats. All five turtle species found along the Brazilian coast are endangered.
26.09.2012 Animal tracking applications Argos and the Pacific white sharks
White sharks are currently threatened all over the world, and the general public does not know enough about their behavior and evolution. (credit photo : Michael Domeier)
26.03.2012 Animal tracking applications The mystery of Swiss black kits
Black kites are very mysterious birds. (credit photo :Adrian Aebischer)
14.02.2012 Animal tracking applications Reintroducing bison in Russia’s Bryansk forest
The population of European bison has continuously decreased throughout the 20th century. Today, many scientists are trying to reintroduce the species in Russia. (credit photo : Elena Sitnikova)
24.01.2012 Oceanography and meteorological applications Mini-drifters: A breakthrough in coastal Oceanography
Nomad Science company has developed a new concept for measuring ocean currents in Japanese coastal zones.
09.01.2012 Animal tracking applications Argos sheds light on migration of Cuckoos’ from Britain to Africa
Thanks to the Argos satellite system and the 5g tag, the species can be tracked as they fly to Africa.
12.10.2008 Thirty-sixth Session of Argos Joint Tariff Agreement
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 through the Argos system. The JTA is functioning through stakeholders whose roles are mainly to negotiate the Argos service…