9 October 2015 – Nitrogen cycling in the oxygen minimum zone
Bess B Ward
Oxygen minimum zones form in a few special regions of the ocean due to the confluence of high productivity waters (usually fed by upwelling) and slow midwater ventilation. In these regions, depth intervals several hundred metres thick are completely devoid of oxygen.
7 July 2015 – A workshop at the National Oceanography Centre, in support of a bid to establish a Centre for Doctoral Training in the use of smart and autonomous observation for the environmental sciences (CDT Autonomy)
18–20 May 2015 – If you have ever wanted to combine intellectual stimulation, entertainment and freshly brewed beer, then make sure you book a ticket for this year’s international ‘Pint of Science’ festival, which will see NOC scientists delivering lively and interactive talks on oceanography in Southampton’s Dancing man Brewery.
15 May 2015 – Seminar Room National Oceanography Centre, Southampton
SOREC is delighted to announce a conference to provide guidance for SMEs engaged in the tidal energy sector. What are the challenges that face developers of tidal energy devices? How can these challenges be met? Who can assist you in your journey from concept to commercialisation?