Marine Life talk

Marine Life talks are listed below.


Marine Life Talk – 3 March 2011

Whalefall

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

Marine Life Talk – 3 February 2011

Lionfish

Lionfish research in Bonaire –  19.30pm at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton –

by Fadilah Ali

Marine Life Talk – 6 January 2011

Some posters from the many talks over the past ten years

6 January 2011 – Celebrating a decade of dedication – 19.30pm at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton –

Talk by Rachel Boschen

Marine Life Talk – 4 November 2010

Marine Life Talk – 4 November 2010

Deep sea ridge biology by Claudia Alt

Deep-sea invertebrates on the Mid-Atlantic ocean mountain range - as part of the Census of Marine Life, Claudia is investigating benthic fauna of the Mid-Atlantic ridge within the vicinity of the Charlie-Gibbs Fracture Zone.

Marine Life Talk – 2 December 2010

Marine Life Talks

SeaWatchSW marine wildlife survey by Alice Jones

More details coming soon

Previous Talk:

4 November – Deep sea ridge biology by Claudia Alt

Free admission – these talks are open to the public

Marine Life Talk – 7 October 2010

Patients to polychaetes

7 October 2010 - X-ray and CT-scanning: 'from patients to polychaetes' by John Dinley and Dr Arnie Drury

On the 8th November 1895, Wilhelm Rontgen discovered the X-ray. The developments of this discovery heralded a new era of medical diagnosis and treatment.

Marine Life Talk – 2 September 2010

Scallop (credit: Paul Naylor)

Fishing for sustainable seafood - 2 September 2010 - National Oceanography Centre in Southampton - 19:30pm -

Jolyon Chesworth -

Marine Life Talk at NOC – 1 July 2010

Deep sea hydrothermal vents – a journey to the Southern Ocean

Deep sea hydrothermal vents – a journey to the Southern Ocean

by Leigh Marsh and Laura Hepburn

Marine Life Talk – 6 June 2010

Ed’s talk on the Durlston Dolphin Project

Durlston Dolphin Project by Ed Harland

Marine Life Talk – 1 April, Oysters by Lisa Kamphausen

Oyster Gonad Histolgy

Only 30 years ago the Solent contained Europe’s largest natural oyster fishery. Today the fishery has effectively collapsed and the oyster population is rapidly approaching commercial extinction.