The coverage of our work in both scientific literature and the media reflects the relevance and influence of our science and research outputs.

Having a pro-active relationship with the media also reflects our constant drive to encourage an effective dialogue between the scientific community, policy makers, young people interested in developing a career in the environmental sciences and the wider public.

Working together to help save Malaysian mangroves

03 September 2020

New research and information has been published highlighting the importance of the dynamic and productive...

New capability for developing environmental intelligence applications from satellite data

02 September 2020

The NERC Earth Observation Data and Acquisition and Analysis Service (NEODAAS) is pleased to announce the...

Crucial environmental benefits of Solent coast

26 August 2020

The Solent’s coastal habitats provide the equivalent of over £1.1 billion in environmental benefits...

Blooming algae off the South West coast

21 August 2020

The last couple of weeks have seen a burst of biological activity off the south coast of the UK. From dolphin sightings to...

MOSAiC reaches the North Pole of Perseverance

20 August 2020

On the 19th August MOSAiC, the largest Arctic research expedition in history, reached the North Pole. Even without...

Huge coccolithophore bloom spotted from space

11 August 2020

During June, many organisations were keeping an eye on a huge bloom of coccolithophore phytoplankton in the Channel,...

Coastal cities expose seafloor to dangerous light pollution

30 July 2020

The global expansion of coastal cities could leave more than three quarters of their neighbouring seafloor exposed to potentially harmful levels of light pollution.

PML's latest Annual Review

29 July 2020

PML’s latest Annual Review is now available to download. Find out about some of the research our scientists have been undertaking...

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