Marine Life talk

Marine Life talks are listed below.


CHANGE to Marine Life Talk programme - 2 August 2012

Marine Life Talks

Climate Change: The science behind the spin, 19.30pm at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton –

by Michael Henehan

TONIGHT! Marine Life Talk – 5 July 2012

Brittlestars

Secret life of a new brittlestar from the Antarctic deep sea, 19.30pm at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton –

by Rachel Boschen

TONIGHT! Marine Life Talk – 7 June 2012

Plastic Planet

Plastic Planet – 19.30pm at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton –

by Jennifer Durden

Marine Life Talk – 3 May 2012

Sampling at Swanage

TONIGHT! Solent Aliens, 19.30pm at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton –

by Moira Maclean

Marine Life Talk – 5 April 2012

Tthe life aquatic (image: Daniel Riordan)

Living the life aquatic: a maritime archaeological odyssey, 19.30pm at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton –

by Dr R Helen Farr

Marine Life Talk – 2 February 2012

Coral

Why are corals colourful? by Ed Smith – 19.30pm at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton –

Corals are renowned for their spectacular colouration. The proteins responsible for this vivid pigmentation are found in most shallow water corals and provide hues ranging from blue to green to red.

Marine Life Talk – 5 January 2012

Fishing for European Sea Bass

European Sea Bass: how do we restore UK stocks and why bother?, 19.30pm at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton –

by Nigel Horsman

Marine Life Talk – 1 December 2011

Sea anemones

The Mysteries of Ageing in a Marine Environment, 19.30pm at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton –

by Dr Joel Parker

From immortal jelly fish and sea anemones that live for decades, some marine organisms appear not to age. Do our oceans contain the answer to extending longevity?

Marine Life Talk – 3 November 2011

Fisheries Patrol Vessel

Local marine fisheries and conservation, 19.30pm at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton –

by Dr Antony Jensen

The past few years have seen a major change in fisheries and inshore conservation management in England

Marine Life Talk – 6 October 2011

Snakelocks

Surf and algal turf – Life on the Boscombe Artificial Surf Reef, 19.30pm at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton –

by Josie Pegg