INOS aspires to achieve scientific excellence by providing ocean solution through scientific research that combines new technology and innovative approach that will leads to new understanding of the complex and constantly changing marine ecosystems.
Who we are?
We are a national HICoE (Higher Institution Centre of Excellence) in marine science. We work on holistic and integrated approach in addressing marine and oceanographic issues at both local and regional level via various research teams.
The 3rd Tropical Ocean and Marine Sciences International Symposium (TOMSY2022) is a biannually scientific event hosted by The Institute of Oceanography and Environment (INOS), Universiti Malaysia Terengganu. This symposium aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all aspects of ocean and marine sciences especially in the tropical areas. With the theme “Ocean Research for a Sustainable Future”, the organizing committee are pleased to invite you to participate in TOMSY2022 which will be held through hybrid on 06 and 07 November 2022.
AWANI Pagi : Langkah lestarikan laut sebagai sumber makanan & pelancongan I 8 Jun 2022
Memperingati Hari Lautan Sedunia pada 8 Jun setiap tahun, semua pihak diminta memainkan peranan menjaga laut sebagai khazanah berharga untuk manusia
Apakah antara peranan yang perlu dilaksanakan semua pihak bagi memastikan laut terus lestari dan kekal berperanan sebagai sumber makanan untuk manusia dan memberi manfaat untuk tujuan pelancongan?
Disampaikan oleh :
Prof. Ts. Mohd Fadzil bin Mohd Akhir
(Pengarah Institut Oseanografi dan Sekitran (INOS), Universiti Malaysia Terengganu (UMT)
Dr Andrew Mayes - Microplastics Research 2021
CENTRE / UNIT
HICoE: Research, Impact and Future In November 2011, INOS was awarded the status of Potential Higher Institution Centre of Excellent (HICoE) by MoHE under the R&I Thrust, and subsequently became the 7th full-fledged HICoE programme in July 2012 under the “Sustainability of Marine Ecology” niche area. INOS was designated as the focal point and leader in marine science, focussing on the South China Sea area. Although our core focus has always been in the broad area of oceanography, realignment took place under this HICoE programme with the aim to bolster three main research areas; marine processes and marine ecology that
INOS Welcomed the 8th Cohort of The Erasmus Mundus TROPIMUNDO TROPIMUNDO is an EC-funded and excellence-labelled Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree in Tropical Biodiversity and Ecosystems. It aims to bring together experts with long-standing worldwide expertise in tropical coastal ecosystems. It is the first Master Science program that integrates the knowledge and skills related to four adjacent interlinked tropical ecosystems under threat (tropical rainforests and woodlands, wetlands, – both terrestrial and coastal such as mangrove forests, seagrass beds and coral reefs). TROPIMUNDO is unique in incorporating a 2nd semester (with theoretical courses and a significant field course) in the tropics
INOS Seminar Series : Just in Case You Missed It Don’t worry if you missed out on our seminar series, you can watch the recordings! Recording Link Here Satellite and UAV Remote Sensing to Improve Coastal Ecosystem Mapping under Complex Environmental Conditions. Want to know how the marine ecosystems can be mapped remotely? The seminar by the Remote Sensing and Marine Informatics research group highlighted drone as the new arsenal in marine remote sensing research in Malaysia. The use of drone is more practical, cost saving and accurate compared to other remote sensing techniques. Several researches as by the group
The 2nd LRGS Scientific Cruise to Malacca Strait Scientist 4 Stations 44 Research Topic Chemical Oceanography – Assoc. Prof. Dr. Poh Seng CheePhysical Oceanography – Dr. Nur Hidayah RoseliBiological Oceanography – Dr. Hii Kieng SoonGeological Oceanography – Dr. Fatin Izzati Minhat Duration 09 – 19 March 2022 (10 days) Cost Almost RM200,000 spent Distance The longest distance from shoreline to station= 159.00 km Sampling Point The deepest sampling point:Malacca Strait = 90m (near Langkawi)South China Sea = 63m (near Terengganu)
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Institute of Oceanography and Environment
Universiti Malaysia Terengganu
21030 Kuala Nerus