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Blog: The start of a major new research project

The start of a major new research project…by Carol Arrowsmith of the British Geological Survey A major new project to investigate how heat and carbon is transferred around the oceans kicked off in April. Here Carol Arrowsmith, a senior technician…

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Blog: Wish me Fair Winds and Following Seas: investigating the Southern Ocean (Pt 1)

Wish me Fair Winds and Following Seas: investigating the Southern Ocean part 1… by Melanie Leng. October 2018 In less than a week I will be heading off to the Southern Ocean to help with “fieldwork” (seawork is more appropriate!)…

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Blog: Science in the sea – Pt 4: Sea ice and science

Science in the sea: Ryan Scott 28 December 2017 Following the glider deployments our next destination was Rothera, the UK’s biggest Antarctic research station on Adelaide Island. Good progress was made until we hit the sea ice – 120 km…

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Blog: Science in the Sky – Pt 3: Time flies

Science in the Sky: Ella Gilbert 24 December 2017 – Rothera Wow, time has really flown by. We’ve finished this season’s MASIN flying campaign and the rest of the team are leaving to head back to the UK. Meanwhile, I’m staying…

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Blog: Science in the Sea – Pt 3: Gliders galore!

Science in the Sea: Ryan Scott 20 December 2017 It was finally time to deploy the gliders and I couldn’t be more excited! Autonomous vehicles are regarded as the future of oceanography, and I feel extremely lucky to be deploying…

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