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Uniting on ocean acidification: a radical new approach to monitoring OA impacts at global scale
3 February 2023
A new framework supports the vision for a step change in the global monitoring of OA impacts on marine life
 
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Emissions of unexpected gases from marine life affect the air and climate over the poles
1 February 2023
A new study reveals that trace atmospheric gases thought to be pollutants are also produced by marine plankton and emitted by the ocean, with potentia...
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Staff Spotlight: Dr Lee de Mora - Marine Ecosystem Modeller
31 January 2023
Dr Lee de Mora sits within our Marine Systems Modelling group, which develops and applies state-of-the-art computational models to promote sustainable...
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Green light for project to enhance understanding of climate change & human impacts on coastal ocean
30 January 2023
The 'FOCUS' project is one of six given the go-ahead as part of a £39m funding announcement from the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC)...
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New study investigates seaweed detritus as a Blue Carbon 'blind spot'
27 January 2023
Pioneering techniques helps reveal how link between seaweed habitats and the seafloor may affect the global carbon cycling.
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New approach to satellite data analysis reveals unexpected patterns in biological production
18 January 2023
The pioneering statistical method compensates more accurately for gaps in chlorophyll and sea surface temperature data.
 
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Undermeasured compound could help resilience against climate change in key coastal waters
13 January 2023
New study helps improve understanding of the interplay between species domination, competitive advantage and changing environmental factors relevant t...
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Scientists stress the need to drastically reduce CO2 emissions by 2030 to avoid crossing irreversible thresholds for frozen Earth
9 January 2023
“Only by halving emissions by 2030, in line with the Paris Agreement's science-based 1.5°C limit, can we minimise the risks of crossing irre...
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PML welcomes the adoption of the Global Biodiversity Framework following COP15
19 December 2022
After lengthy deliberation nearly 200 countries signed the pact aimed at halting and reversing biodiversity loss.
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World first satellite mission to measure surface waters successfully launched
16 December 2022
PML scientists are over the moon with the opportunities the ';Surface Water and Ocean Topography (SWOT)'; mission will open up for increasing our unde...