Our videos

We have a number of self-produced videos which cover a range of topics, some of which have been developed as part of the many research projects we undertake. 

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Our videos

Being a scientific apprentice - our experience at Plymouth Marine Laboratory

Becca May and Oban Jones talk about their experience as scientific apprentices after their first year at PML.

The apprenticeships would not have been possible without the generous...

An Introduction to Plymouth Marine Laboratory

PML is a charity, undertaking pioneering marine research for the benefit of us all.  

This video gives an overview into what we do and our scientific research.

Introduction to N-osmolytes

This video gives an introduction to the Biological cycling of N-osmolytes in the surface ocean (N-osmolytes) project.

Marine Ecosystems Research Programme (MERP)

This video gives an introduction to the four year Marine Ecosystems Research Programme (MERP). The programme will address key knowledge gaps in marine ecosystem research.  To find out more...

Overview of the ESA-funded GlobCurrent project

This video presents the aims and challenges of the European Space Agency (ESA)-funded project GlobCurrent. The interviews were filmed during the 1st User Consultation Meeting at Plymouth Marine...

Introduction to the RAGNARoCC project

Radiatively Active Gases from the North Atlantic Region and Climate Change (RAGNARoCC, www.greenhouse-gases.org.uk/projects/rag­­narocc) is a project that is investigating the amount and...

Introducing Marine Ecosystem Services

This video provides an overview of the ecosystem services approach to understanding the marine environment and its application in VECTORS, an EU-funded marine research project. 

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Marine OPerational ECology (OPEC) for European Regional Seas

This video provides an overview of the Marine OPerational ECology (OPEC) project followed by a brief demonstration of the Marine OPEC Data Portal.

The OPEC project, funded by the...

A QICS look back

Now that the Quantifying and Monitoring Potential Ecosystem Impacts of Geological Carbon Storage (QICS) project has been completed, Project Leader Jerry Blackford takes a look back at what the...

Summary of the Europe-Africa Marine Earth Observation Network (EAMNet) project

EAMNet was an EU project (completed in July 2013) that aimed to construct a network linking Earth Observation (EO) information providers, user networks and centres of excellence in Europe and...

Dr Tom Vance on his career in marine science

Dr Tom Vance, Research and Development Manager for PML Applications Ltd, talks about his career pathway and the exciting opportunities available in the field of marine science.

Deploy the buoys

Drs Tim Smyth and James Fishwick talk about the marine monitoring and the Western Channel Observatory, including footage of the deployment of a new autonomous databuoy in collaboration with the...

Externally produced videos

What can satellite data do for aquaculture?

Video produced by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) media team to highlight state-of-the-art monitoring development for the UK shellfish aquaculture industry, as...

Monitoring the Oceans from Space MOOC

Join oceanographer and BBC science presenter Dr Helen Czerski, (University College, London), Dr Hayley Evers-King, marine Earth observation scientist (Plymouth Marine Laboratory), and Dr Mark...

Ocean acidification: Connecting science, industry, policy and public

A powerful short film on Ocean acidification: Connecting science, industry, policy and public. 

The other CO2 problem

A short, powerful and entertaining animation about the issue of ocean acidification, produced by Ridgeway School (Plymouth, UK) and Plymouth Marine Laboratory (www.pml.ac.uk). Funded by the...