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Posted: 18 July 2013
Phytoplankton bloom in western South Atlantic Ocean (credit: NASA) The supply of dissolved iron to oceans around continental shelves has been found to be more variable by region than previously believed – with implications for future climate prediction. Iron...
Posted: 16 July 2013
Multibeam data from the north basin of Windermere (looking north): red areas are shallow, blue areas are deep PhD student Helen Miller has been in the news in the Northeast with her research on Windermere. Working with the British Geological Survey, the Environment Agency and the University of Southampton...
Posted: 9 July 2013
RRS Discovery The new ship to serve the UK marine science community was today (8 July) handed over to the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) by its builder CNP Freire, SA, in Vigo, Northern Spain....
Posted: 9 July 2013
Professor Ian Wright The National Oceanography Centre is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Ian Wright as its new Director of Science and Technology, following the retirement of Professor Andrew Willmott...
Posted: 5 July 2013
The National Oceanography Centre has congratulated its Delivery Partner, the Marine Biological Association (MBA) on its award of the Royal Charter. This is a hugely significant step for the...
Posted: 3 July 2013
Ericthonius tolli Thirty amphipod experts have been lined up to improve and update the information held in the World Amphipoda database. The aim is to equip the myriad of end-users with the tools and information to...