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The Geological Society
The Postgraduate Research in Marine and Earth Sciences Conference is an opportunity to present projects and make new contacts in their own peer-group. Wednesday 6 – Thursday 7 November 2013 Calling all PhD students.... Come and...
Dr Russell Wynn
Emerging technologies for marine mapping - Tuesday 23 July at 7.00pm The 2013 RGS-IBG/NOC lecture will be given by Dr Russell Wynn, Head of Marine Geoscience at the National Oceanography Centre. Dr Russell Wynn will cover aspects of marine...
The dynamics of shelf seas - a workshop marking the retirement of Professor John Huthnance MBE
–Following a distinguished 35 year career working for NERC at IOS Liverpool, later to be re-branded the Proudman Oceanographic Laboratory and from April 2009, the National Oceanography Centre, John Huthnance retired in January 2013. To...
PSMSL 1933-2013
The Permanent Service for Mean Sea Level (PSMSL) will host a workshop on major research topics in sea level science in order to commemorate its 80th anniversary. The workshop will be held at the University of Liverpool's Victoria Gallery &...
On Gaia: A critical investigation of the relationship between Life and Earth
Life and environment: An evaluation of the Gaia Hypothesis by Professor Toby Tyrrell – Toby will be signing copies of his book from 6.30pm In 1972 James Lovelock made an interesting proposal. Life is not solely a passenger on a fortuitously...
NOC working with business
On 16 July 2013 the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton (NOC) will be hosting the next in its series of Marine Manufacturer’s ‘Breakfast Club’ meetings. At this Breakfast Club meeting the NOC will be showcasing the Long...
Diving survey team at work in the Galapagos
Galapagos marine invaders – by Dr Ken Collins – Increasing tourism and the spread of marine invasive non-native species is threatening the unique plant and marine life around the Galapagos Islands. UK scientists from the Universities of...
The Steam Tug Challenge. Credit: ADLS
Southampton Docks plays host to the Southampton Maritime Festival over the May Bank Holiday! From Sunday 5 to Monday 6 May Southampton Docks will have a vintage twist during the 1940s-themed Southampton Maritime Festival. The event celebrates our...
Lyme Regis Fossil Festival
The Lyme Regis Fossil Festival returns! From 3 - 5 May Lyme Regis waterfront will be transformed into an exhibition of geology and fossils, for the 'Coastal Treasures' themed Lyme Regis Fossil Festival. The festival will explore the ancient...
Thin Ice release
The film Thin Ice - The Inside Story of Climate Science was released on Monday 22 April. The launch coincides with Earth Day, a global campaign to raise awareness of environmental issues and climate change. The motivation behind Thin Ice was to...

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