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Posted: 23 June 2014
Deploying moorings (image: Ben Moat) Scientists from NOC have led a study to infer variability of the sub-polar Atlantic Ocean Meridional Overturning Circulation using estimates of air-sea exchanges of heat and water at the ocean’s...
Posted: 17 June 2014
Ed Cooper MBE The National Oceanography Centre’s project officer for both RRS Discovery and James Cook, Edward Cooper, has been awarded an MBE for services to marine science. The announcement was made in the...
Posted: 17 June 2014
Jellyfish An international study has created the world’s first global database of jellyfish records, finding a range of jellyfish has evolved to adapt to all available environmental conditions and making...
Posted: 10 June 2014
C-Enduro (top) and AutoNaut Two ocean-going unmanned vehicles designed for long endurance scientific research were showcased at the National Oceanography Centre to potential users from across the marine scientific community...
Posted: 9 June 2014
PAP site Met Office buoy (image: Jon Campbell) All scientists and developers of marine technology who would like to carry out research or trial new or existing prototypes at open ocean observatories, with full financial and logistical support...
Posted: 9 June 2014
Professor Mikhail Zubkov beside the human blood counting machine A recent study of phytoplankton by a NOC scientist has found cyanobacteria apparently remain the faster growing CO2 fixers in the oligotrophic ocean, which covers almost 40% of the Earth’s surface...
Posted: 6 June 2014
June’s 50th anniversary special issue of Marine Geology Two scientific papers with NOC scientists as lead authors have been published in June’s 50th anniversary special issue of Marine Geology, an international journal on marine geological processes....
Posted: 3 June 2014
RRS James Clark Ross Scientists from the National Oceanography Centre are preparing to set sail to sub-polar regions on a very technical and scientific challenge – to measure the currents of the northern North Atlantic...
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