Marine Life talk

Marine Life talks are listed below.


Marine Life Talk at NOC in Southampton

Plesiosaur paddle – a fossil hindfin of a plesiosaur during excavation (photo by Aubrey J Roberts)

Thu, 2 February 2017

Prehistoric marine reptiles from the Arctic – from excavation to research

Marine Life Talk at NOC in Southampton

Marine Life Talk

Thu, 12/01/2017 – 19:30

Biodiversity and environmental protection of deep-sea habitats targeted for mining.

Deep-sea mining is a brand new industry that is potentially on the horizon for our global deep oceans, with test mining set to begin in 2017.

Marine Life Talk at NOC in Southampton

The Black Bream Project

1 December 2016 – The Black Bream Project

Speaker: Dr Matt Doggett

Each year a relatively unknown but spectacular event occurs underwater off the Dorset, Hampshire and Sussex coasts and maybe even beyond.

Marine Life Talk at NOC in Southampton

Secrets of the Solent

3 November 2016 – Secrets of the Solent; becoming involved in marine conservation locally

Speaker: Owain Masters

A presentation about Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust’s new Heritage Lottery Funded project, Secrets of the Solent.

Marine Life Talk at NOC in Southampton

Humpback whales

6 October 2016 – Marine Conservation Efforts in Southern Mozambique

Speaker: Francesca Trotman

Marine Life Talk September

Corals

Being a coral nutritionist: How does the diet of a reef coral affect its health and ability to cope with rising temperatures?

Speaker: Sabrina Rosset –

Marine Life Talk at NOC in Southampton

Marine Life Talk – August 2016

4 August 2016 – Using DNA to explore invasive species – how four letters open up a window into the world of the globe’s hitchhikers
Speaker: Steven Bourne

Invasive species are a hot topic in the contemporary worlds of biodiversity, conservation and science policy. Conveyed by humans, there are few places in the world’s oceans still untouched by their global spread.

Marine Life Talk at NOC in Southampton

The supercontinent of Pangaea surrounded by an ocean of changing pH

7 July 2016 – Using a model to understand ocean acidification in the past and present

Speaker: Ross Whiteford

Carbon dioxide released by volcanic activity could have been the driver behind the end Triassic mass extinction

Marine Life talk at NOC in Southampton

Capturing our Coast

3 June 2016 – Capturing our Coast: Empowering citizens to do extraordinary science on spectacular shores

Speakers: Dr Katrin Bohn and Ms Abbi Scott –

National Oceanography Centre Open Day 2016

National Oceanography Centre Open Day 2016

Saturday 21 May 2016
10.30 am - 4.00 pm (last entry 3.30 pm)

For one day of the year the centre opens it's doors to the public, giving a unique view into the ground breaking science and engineering undertaken on this special site.