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Ivory Towers vent site

Story - June 6, 2011

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 – The discovery of chemosynthetic environments in 1977 is...
Aqua MODIS - January 2010 18:00 UT

Story - May 23, 2011

Phytoplankton and the global ocean – 2 June, 19.30pm at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton – by Thomas Ryan-Keogh – Phytoplankton are small floating organisms of many different phyla which primarily inhabit the oceans...
Discover Oceanography at Lyme Regis

Story - April 28, 2011

RV Callista, the University of Southampton’s inshore research vessel based at National Oceanography Centre, set sail for the Jurassic Coast in deepest Dorset last weekend (29th April to 1st May) as a star attraction in the Lyme Regis Fossil...
Image credit: Jeff Hawkins 2011

Story - April 12, 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? The objective of this talk...
Left to right: Prof. Edward Hill (NOC), Dr Wendy Watson Wright (IOC), and Versha Carter (Intelligent Exhibitions Ltd)

Story - April 1, 2011

Dr Wendy Watson Wright, Executive Secretary of the IOC and Assistant Director General of UNESCO visited Ocean Business 2011 on 5th April. UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission promotes international cooperation and coordinates...
Ocean and Earth Day

Story - March 17, 2011

View maps of the NOC's Ocean and Earth Day attractions here. Ocean and Earth Day is on Saturday 19 March 2011 National Oceanography Centre, Southampton (through Dock Gate 4) 10:30am – 4:00pm (last admission 3:30pm)
Tompot blenney – credit: Matt Doggett

Story - March 10, 2011

Marine conservation and the Solent – 7 April, 19.30pm at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton – by Amy Dale – At first glance our local seas can often appear somewhat bleak and muddy so it’s easy to forget that...
Whalefall

Story - February 16, 2011

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 –The Census of Marine Life was completed in its final meeting at the Royal...
Ocean and Earth Day

Story - February 8, 2011

Saturday 19 March 2011 National Oceanography Centre, Southampton (through Dock Gate 4) 10:30am – 4:00pm (last admission 3:30pm) Ocean and Earth Day 2011 comes at the start of Climate Week, the UK's first week dedicated to understanding and...
Lionfish

Story - January 10, 2011

Lionfish research in Bonaire –  19.30pm at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton –by Fadilah Ali –The Indo-Pacific lionfish (Pterois volitans) is a venomous, voracious predator now established along the south east USA coast and...

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