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Posted: 23 November 2010
Ice Dr Kevin Horsburgh and Prof. John Huthnance of the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) are among the organizers of an ongoing programme of workshops and conferences being held at the Isaac Newton...
Posted: 23 November 2010
Aftermath of debris flow at Matata (Aerial photograph courtesy Whakatane Beacon) Southampton scientists along with colleagues in New Zealand have used a sophisticated optical mapping technique to identify and accurately measure changes in coastal morphology following a...
Posted: 17 November 2010
Tim Leighton with dolphin Scientists at the University of Southampton have developed a new kind of underwater sonar device that can detect objects through bubble clouds that would effectively blind standard sonar. Just...
Posted: 15 November 2010
Dr Alberto Naveira Garabato Physical oceanography expert Dr Alberto Naveira Garabato has been awarded a 2010 Philip Leverhulme Prize. These prestigious prizes are awarded annually to the "best young scientists in the UK" and...
Posted: 12 November 2010
From left: Victoire Rerolle, Alex Beaton and David Owsianka A team of students representing the University of Southampton has won the Southern regional heat of a national enterprise competition. Southampton postgraduates Mahadji Bahi, David Owsianka...
Posted: 10 November 2010
The scientific drilling ship JOIDES Resolution docked in Hobart, Tasmania (photo: John Beck, IODP) Variations in atmosphere carbon dioxide around 40 million years ago were tightly coupled to changes in global temperature, according to new findings published in the journal Science. The study was...
Posted: 1 November 2010
The king crab species Paralomis elongata from Bouvet Island, Southern Ocean Invasions of voracious predatory crabs due to global warming could threaten the unique continental-shelf ecosystems of Antarctica, according to newly published findings. “King crabs are...