Marine Life talk

Marine Life talks are listed below.


Marine Life Talk – 1 September 2011

Hydrothermal vent

19.30pm at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton – Mining in the deep sea and the protection of marine life –

by Dr David Billett –

The deep ocean holds a wealth of minerals. As minerals become more scarce on land, attention is turning to resources in the ocean.

Marine Life Talk – 4 August 2011

Balearic Shearwater

Why is marine wildlife monitoring important? by Alice Jones

Marine Life Talk – 7 July 2011

Ivory Towers vent site

Deep sea hydrothermal vents: a journey to the Southern Ocean – part II, 19.30pm at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton –

by Leigh Marsh and Laura Hepburn

Marine Life Talk – 2 June 2011

Aqua MODIS – January 2010

Phytoplankton and the global ocean – 2 June, 19.30pm at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton –

by Thomas Ryan-Keogh

Marine Life Talk – 5 May 2011

Climate change reality? (photo by Jeff Hawkins 2011)

Understanding the scientific basis of climate change – 19.30pm at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton –

by Prof Eelco Rohling

Is climate change real? Is it man made? Is it a problem?

Marine Life Talk – 7 April 2011

Tompot blenney (credit: Matt Doggett)

Marine Conservation and the Solent – 19.30pm at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton –

by Amy Dale –

Marine Life Talk – 3 March 2011

Whalefall

The Census of Marine Life: what have we learned from this 10 year programme? – 19.30pm at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton –

by Professor Paul Tyler

Marine Life Talk – 3 February 2011

Lionfish

Lionfish research in Bonaire –  19.30pm at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton –

by Fadilah Ali

Marine Life Talk – 6 January 2011

Some posters from the many talks over the past ten years

6 January 2011 – Celebrating a decade of dedication – 19.30pm at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton –

Talk by Rachel Boschen

Marine Life Talk – 4 November 2010

Marine Life Talk – 4 November 2010

Deep sea ridge biology by Claudia Alt

Deep-sea invertebrates on the Mid-Atlantic ocean mountain range - as part of the Census of Marine Life, Claudia is investigating benthic fauna of the Mid-Atlantic ridge within the vicinity of the Charlie-Gibbs Fracture Zone.