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Posted: 28 September 2012
Dr Veit Huehnerbach NOC scientists are carrying out research examining methane outputs from the seabed in the area of the Svalbard archipelago, off Norway MASOX observatory recovered off Svalbard MASOX (...
Posted: 21 September 2012
Quick-Clamp™ An ingenious device that speeds up the task of attaching oceanographic instruments to cables has been successfully licensed to a commercial company by the National Oceanography Centre. Quick-...
Posted: 20 September 2012
Tsunami conference participants The National Oceanography Centre has played host to an international meeting of more than 60 experts working in the fields of earthquakes, sea level, risk assessment, tsunami warning systems and...
Posted: 10 September 2012
Professor Eric Achterberg University of Southampton Professor Eric Achterberg, who is based at the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, has been awarded a prestigious Wolfson Research Merit Awards by the Royal...
Posted: 7 September 2012
Professor Hughes onboard ship with an ocean bottom pressure recorder ready to launch UK oceanographers have thought of a novel way to measure the global ocean – weigh it. In research published this week, scientists from the National Oceanography Centre in Liverpool and Newcastle...
Posted: 3 September 2012
A red tide in Empress Dock, Southampton A team of scientists have won over £1 million from the Natural Environment Research Council to monitor the effect of storms on pollution in a river / estuary in Hampshire. Excess...