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Shipwrecks and submerged worlds – 2 October 2014
September 29, 2014
2 October 2014 – Peter Campbell Shipwrecks and submerged worlds Maritime archaeology is the study of human engagement with the sea and inland waterways. Archaeology provides information on our economic, political, and social past. However,...
Monitoring of a small-scale carbon dioxide (CO2) leak during the experiment
September 29, 2014
This week in Nature Climate Change an international team of leading scientists, including three from NOC, have published results of the first ever sub-sea carbon dioxide impact, detection and monitoring experiment relevant to Carbon dioxide Capture...
An ice drifter being deployed in the Greenland Sea, March 2000
September 19, 2014
Next week there will be two meetings entitled 'Arctic sea ice reduction: the evidence, models, and global impacts', held under the auspices of the Royal Society, organized by Prof Daniel Feltham (U Reading), with Dr Sheldon Bacon (NOC), Dr...
18-21 November 2014
September 18, 2014
18-21 November 2014 – Early Career Researcher participants workshop on: Marine Science and Technology – promoting UK-Colombian interdisciplinary research collaboration and career opportunities Under the British Council Researcher...
Deploying RAPID buoys
September 16, 2014
18-19 September 2014, Church House, Westminster, London. In 2014 RAPID reached 10 years of continuous observations of overturning circulation in the Atlantic Ocean.  The joint UK-US RAPID programme has been making observation of the...

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