Events Archive

Thursday 1 May 2014 - 19:15 to 21:30
Brisingid seastar 1 May 2014 – Laetitia Gunton Life Inside a Deep-Sea Canyon Submarine canyons are unique and fascinating features found in the deep sea. They are disturbed environments, in which strong...
Posted: 31 March 2014
‘Social and Historical Impact of Climate Change’ study day ‘Social and Historical Impact of Climate Change’ Study Day Saturday 12 April 2014 Lifelong Learning are holding a Study Day on Saturday 12 April at Avenue Campus on ‘Social and Historical...
Thursday 6 March 2014 - 19:15 to 21:30
Mitten crab 6 March 2014 – Dr Paul F Clark, Natural History Museum Crabs, eels and rubbish: long term studies on the River Thames The invasion of the River Thames by the Chinese mitten crab, Eriocheir...
Thursday 6 February 2014 - 19:15 to 21:00
Jellyfish 6 February 2014 – Jellyfish: a global perspective – Mike Blackett Jellyfish have gained notoriety over recent decades. Outbreaks of jellyfish have been increasingly reported around the...
Posted: 5 February 2014
Ocean and Earth Day An exciting FREE hands-on family fun day about the fascinating work of the UK’s National Oceanography Centre (NOC) in the Oceans of the World. The NOC is a world class oceanographic...
Posted: 27 January 2014
RRS Discovery passing the Liver Building, Liverpool Liverpool Marine Symposium: a day exploring the science of coastal and shelf seas and their links with the global ocean Presentations at the symposium from scientists at NOC and the University...
Posted: 11 December 2013
GPS Station, Lake Ellsworth The webinar will be broadcast Thursday 12 December 2013 11:00 AM EST (8:00 AM PST). Registration is required for the seminar at www.oceanmysteries.net. This is part of Blue Marvel Series – there...
Thursday 5 December 2013 - 19:15 to 20:30
All Saints Church, Dunwich – before and after 100 years of coastal erosion 5 December 2013 – Britain’s Atlantis – Dunwich, Suffolk – Coastal Erosion, Archaeology and Ultra-high resolution sonar imaging – The town of Dunwich on the coast of Suffolk has nearly all...
Posted: 4 December 2013
Breakfast Club On the 16 January 2014 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...
Posted: 12 November 2013
The first Discovery Gwyn Griffiths, former chief technologist at the National Oceanography Centre, presented a webinar on A Century of Discovery: How Three Research Ships Named Discovery Unveiled the Ocean’s...
Wednesday 23 October 2013 - 00:00 to Thursday 24 October 2013 - 00:00
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...
Thursday 3 October 2013 - 19:15 to 20:30
Remains of U-boat abandoned on the Kentish Marshes in 1921 3 October 2013 – Shipwrecks: the English climate and the English landscape – Climate change and recycling are nothing new, and both played their part in destroying ships and revealing or...
Thursday 5 September 2013 - 19:15 to 20:30
Launching Isis ROV 5 September 2013 – Robots in the Ocean: How technology is changing the way we measure our oceans by Maaten Furlong The world’s oceans are vast, and the difficulty in measuring them...
Posted: 3 September 2013
The Challenger Society for Marine Science A vision for sustained observations of the marine environment is the subject of an open meeting later this month. On Tuesday 17 September the Challenger Society for Marine Science, in...
Posted: 14 August 2013
UK Integrated Marine Observing Network Workshop 10–12 September at the National Oceanography Centre – NOC is hosting a UK Integrated Marine Observing Network (UK-IMON) workshop on from Tuesday to Thursday, 10–12 September, looking at new...