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Where do all the microplastics go?

28 September 2016

Scientists call for more targeted research into interactions between marine life and microplastics.

Combining satellites and Argo-floats to quantify energy sources supporting life in the deep, dark ocean

26 September 2016

The part of the ocean between 100 m and 1000 m is called the...

Ocean fronts attract ocean wanderers - foraging gannets on the front line

21 September 2016

Foraging seabirds use oceanic fronts as an efficient means to...

Zooplankton unlock a limiting nutrient for ocean productivity

20 September 2016

Scientists have discovered that Antarctic krill – a...

Sizing up the microscopic: research voyage sets sail to gauge the magnitude of the plastic problem

19 September 2016

Researchers from PML and the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) embark this week...

Discrepancies in satellite chlorophyll are half what we previously thought

16 September 2016

Accurate chlorophyll measurements in the ocean are crucial for understanding environmental change.  

Global ballast water convention to enter into force, halting invasive aquatic species

08 September 2016

Today, accession by Finland has triggered the entry into...

BBC Weather World takes voyage into English Channel with PML scientists

01 September 2016

Weather World is presented by BBC Weather's Nick Miller and reveals the stories and science behind some of the year's wildest weather.

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