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Plymouth scientists play key role in understanding future threats to the Atlantic

30 September 2020

Plymouth’s world-leading ocean scientists will play a key role in an international project that aims to map and assess the current and future risks posed across the Atlantic Ocean.

New project links climate change, marine biodiversity and ecosystem services

25 September 2020

FutureMARES is an EU-funded research project examining the relations between climate change, marine biodiversity...

Arctic phytoplankton face competition in warming seas

23 September 2020

As Arctic seas warm, important phytoplankton communities could find themselves competing for nutrients with encroaching Atlantic species, suggests new research from Plymouth Marine Laboratory.

GOOD NEWS: Habitat refuges of Antarctic krill provide shelter from climate change

22 September 2020

New research published in Limnology and Oceanography shows that Antarctic krill, a key link in the Southern...

Making climate science into music

17 September 2020

An innovative technique creates music from climate data, to illustrate some significant effects of climate change in the ocean and to introduce how computer modelling is used to investigate it.

Zooplankton and the smell of microplastics

17 September 2020

The shape and smell of microplastics may influence whether they are eaten by tiny but vital marine zooplankton, a new study suggests.

Monitoring ocean acidification from the sky

09 September 2020

PML’s research into ocean acidification and its effects spans across scientific disciplines. One study from last...

Global effort to investigate climate change using satellites

07 September 2020

PML researchers have contributed to a paper describing a new satellite-derived wave height dataset and produced research highlighting an innovative procedure for validating results of such studies.

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