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Climate change scientists should think more about sex

01 February 2017

Climate change can have a different impact on male and female...

44 Invading species loose in the North Atlantic

27 January 2017

Accidental introductions of non-native species has been of...

PML scientists awarded funding to investigate impact of climate change on Arctic Ocean

24 January 2017

A new major UK research programme with collaborations from 16...

Ocean leaders gather in Plymouth to promote global oceanography

24 January 2017

This week, directors and leaders of major oceanographic...

Landmark global scale study reveals potential future impact of Ocean Acidification on species’ distribution

09 January 2017

Ocean acidification and the extent to which marine species...

NERC science boosts UK economic growth by reducing pollution

20 December 2016

Natural Environment Research Council, NERC research has made a significant contribution to UK shellfish production and the health of our seas.

Plymouth Quest breaks a record

19 December 2016

RV Plymouth Quest’s last research trip of the year to the Western Channel...

Is valuing biodiversity a useful way to manage and conserve marine resources?

07 December 2016

Intensifying pressures from resource exploitation, habitat...

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