Projects by Research Theme

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Antibiotic resistance genes in chalk streams
Biogeochemical cycling in the critical coastal zone: Developing novel methods to make reliable measurements of geochemical fluxes in permeable sediments *
Bloom and bust: seasonal cycles of phytoplankton and carbon flux
Climate at the time of the Human settlement of the Eastern Pacific
Counting the cost of living in modern and fossil animals
Evolution of symbiosis in a warmer world
Fish with friends: The calming effect of group living in social fishes
Hot, acidified and breathless – biomineralisation of deep sea corals in the oceans of the future *
How do calcifying marine organisms grow? Determining the role of non-classical precipitation processes in biogenic marine calcite formation
Impacts of environmental change on UK coastal ecology for nature based solutions *
Marine ecosystem responses to past climate change and its oceanographic impacts
Microplastics and carbon sequestration: identifying links and impacts
Microplastics in the Southern Ocean: sources, fate and impacts. *
New perspectives on ocean photosynthesis
Novel methods of detecting carbon cycling pathways in lakes and their impact on ecosystem change
Ocean circulation and the Southern Ocean carbon sink
Ocean physics and ecology: can robots disentangle the mix?
Ocean-based Carbon Dioxide Removal: Assessing the utility of coastal enhanced weathering *
Oxidation of fossil organic matter as a source of atmospheric CO2
Resolving Antarctic meltwater events in Southern Ocean marine sediments and exploring their significance using climate models
Southern Ocean Iron Supply: Does Size Fractionation Matter?
The duration of ridge flank hydrothermal exchange and its role in global biogeochemical cycles
The Gulf Stream control of the North Atlantic carbon sink
The role of iron in nitrogen fixation and photosynthesis in changing polar oceans
Unraveling oceanic multi-element cycles using single cell ionomics *
Unravelling southwest Indian Ocean biological productivity and physics: a machine learning approach
Up, up and away – the fate of upwelled nutrients in an African upwelling system and the biogeochemical and phytoplankton response
Using machine learning to improve predictions of ocean carbon storage by marine life
Will it stick? Exploring the role of turbulence and biological glues on ocean carbon storage
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