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The transport of gases between the ocean and atmosphere has profound implications for our environment and the Earth's climate.
Marine species are introduced to new environments by several means including transport in ships ballast water, biofouling on ships hulls...
Plastic pollution is a growing threat to the world’s oceans, posing a serious risk to the health of marine life, ecosystems and potentially...
The term ocean acidification is used to describe the ongoing decrease in ocean pH caused by human CO2 emissions, such as the burning of fossil...
The pioneering research of Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) has been featured in Sunday’s ground-breaking final episode of the BBC’s landmark Blue Planet II series.
The Marine Climate Change Impacts Partnership (MCCIP) has published its latest Report Card, involving a number of PML scientists. The report card provides the most comprehensive assessment yet on how climate change is affecting UK waters.
During January 2018 world-class experts from the South West UK attended the Kick-Off meeting for the Grand Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) Blue Communities Programme, held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.