gliders

Glider experts share knowledge to improve global ocean health data

A glider at sea

A brand new Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for the use of oxygen sensors in autonomous vehicles has been released, bringing together expert knowledge from across the glider community, to make valuable oxygen sensor data more accessible to scientists.

NOC and Teledyne Marine announce new European Glider Service Centre partnership at OI2022

Working in partnership with Teledyne Marine, the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) are pleased to announce a new European Glider Service Centre.

Mission to investigate giant iceberg underway

 RRS James Cook

The ship’s crew and NOC researchers on board RRS James Cook were joined by scientists from the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) this week as their quarantine ended ahead of the expedition to the massive A-68a iceberg in the South Atlantic.

Mission to investigate giant iceberg launches

A submarine glider in Antarctic waters

A research mission to determine the impact of the giant A-68a iceberg on one of the world’s most important ecosystems gets underway next month.

A team of scientists, led by British Antarctic Survey (BAS), will set sail on one of the National Oceanography Centre’s research ships bound for the sub-Antarctic island of South Georgia.

Registration opens for the 2019 UK Glider Community Workshop

Registration is now open for the 2019 UK Glider Community Workshop, hosted at the NOC in Southampton on 14–15 November.

UK Glider Community Workshop 2019

This one day workshop (Friday 15 November), preceded by a networking reception and dinner (on the evening of Thursday 14 November) will provide an opportunity for the UK research community to come together to discuss latest developments and scientific discoveries related to ocean gliders.