Staff Profile - March 24, 2014

I am interested in the developement and application of statistical methods in Earth Sciences. Currentely, I work within the project iGlass on the evaluation of paleoclimatic sea level observations and ice-models. Before iGlass, I worked on the...

Staff Profile - March 19, 2014

Staff Profile - March 13, 2014

Satellite Oceanography

Staff Profile - February 24, 2014

Dedicated lead for delivery of the National Oceanography Centre's (NOC) Marine Sience and Technology Impact Agenda, establishing public-private partnerships across the NOC to bridge the gap between research and application, maximing the socio-...

Staff Profile - February 4, 2014

Staff Profile - January 17, 2014

Staff Profile - January 8, 2014

Staff Profile - January 6, 2014

Robin W. Pascal s head of the Electronics and Software team in the Ocean Technology and Engineering Group at the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton in the UK. He joined the Applied Physics Group at the Institute of Oceanographic Sciences,...

Staff Profile - December 5, 2013

I am currently studying the taxonomic composition, assemblage structure and diversity of benthic foraminifera from the abyssal Clarion-Clipperton Fracture Zone (Eastern equatorial Pacific). This work is part of a benthic biological baseline study...

Staff Profile - November 29, 2013

My primary research is on submarine mass movements, including landslides and their associated turbidity currents. I am experienced in studying modern and ancient turbidite systems globally, working on fans and open basin settings. My most recent...

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