Argos Publications

01.07.2011 Forum 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

01.11.2010 Forum Where Wildlife and Humans Intersect

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
Argos-3 in the Canary Islands
Ultra-robust Argos collars in Russia

20.10.2010 Presse The most unlikely creature tracked by ARGOS: a giant jellyfish in the Sea of Japan

In the search for solutions for peaceful coexistence between fishermen and the jellyfish, Noato Honda has been conducting a scientific study of this gelatinous species with the help of Argos

01.06.2010 Forum Argos Guinness Book

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
Antarctic Mission - record for the lowest temperature
Absolute record for drifting buoy lifetime
Distance record for boundary layer pressurized balloons
A new generation of ARVOR floats with ARGOS-3 capability
New ARGOS location algorithm: better accuracy

01.02.2010 Forum 30 years of oceanography with Argos

JCOMMOPS and Argos: 30 years of close cooperation (p 4)
Satellite-derived motion analysis using Argos ice buoys (p 6)
A short history of the surface velocity program drifter (SVP) (p 8)
JAMSTEC's m-TRITON: high-speed data transmission (p 10)
News: Exciting results for the ARGOS-3 DBCP pilot project (p 11)

01.10.2009 Forum 30 years of wildlife tracking with Argos

Satellite tracking and avian conservation in Asia (p 4)
Tracking marine mammals over the seas and under the waves (p 6)
Tracking Canada's caribou with Argos (p 8)
Happy thirtieth birthday Argos! (p 10)
News: Enhancing underwater geolocation with Track & Loc: a service dedicated to archival tag data processing (p 11)
Poster (p 1, p 2)

01.12.2008 Forum New tools for operational oceanography

Moored Buoy networks: the key to understanding the tropical oceans (p 4)
ARGO: a global ocean observing system for climate research and operational oceanography (p 6)
Developing a small drifting buoy system with sea surface CO2 sensor (p 8)
Projects: Integration of the Argos-3 PMT into an SVP drifter: opportunities and challenges (p 10)
News: Getting started on the Argos-3 pilot projects (p 11)

01.06.2008 Forum Protecting biodiversity

Conserving Canada lynx with satellite telemetry (p 4)
Protecting the Greater flamingo in Tanzania and Kenya (p 6)
Tracking bluefin tuna in the Mediterranean Sea (p 8)
Projects: The FAO wildlife disease program (p 10)
News: Enhancing tracking capabilities with Argos (p 11)

01.11.2007 Forum Understanding the Poles

The International Arctic Buoy Program (IABP) (p 4)
The Wanderings of White Bears (p 6)
An automatic weather station on the roof of Antarctica (p 10)
Marine Mammals Exploring the Oceans from Pole to Pole (p 14)
Ice Mass Balance Buoy (p 18)
Projects: DAMOCLES (p 22)
News: Argos-3: The PMT is here! (p 23)

01.03.2007 Forum Observing the climate

Integrated Earth observation systems... From idea to reality (p 4)
Where Argos & GEOSS intersect (p 5)
Integrated global Earth observations aid climate understanding (p 6)
Advancing the global ocean observing system for climate (p 8)
Ocean Valley: India's eye on the Indian Ocean (p 10)
JCOMMOPS: Helping meteorologists and
oceanographers worldwide...(p 12)
Argo: Taking the pulse of the ocean (p 14)
The extraordinary life of an ordinary Argo float (p 18)
Celebrating 20 years of drifter data in the Mediterranean and Black Seas (p 22)
Projects: Argos-3 (p 26)
News: Beyond Argos-3 (p 27)