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Celebrating the Western Channel Observatory on World Ocean Day9 June 2023
For this years' World Ocean Day we are celebrating the wonderful work of the Western Channel Observatory, hosted at Plymouth Marine Laboratory in part...
Our Head of International Dr Matt Frost appointed Chair of the UK National Decade Committee8 June 2023
The appointment was announced today to mark World Ocean Day.
The cool twin of carbon dioxide gets some worthy attention7 June 2023
A new evidence review draws attention to the often overlooked marine trace gas dimethylsulfide (DMS). The review covers its production and fate, its i...
I spy with my little eye, good & bad things floating on the ocean: SoapBox Science with Dr Biermann6 June 2023
Our Dr Lauren Biermann spoke with BBC Radio 2 today about her upcoming SoapBox Science talk this weekend, which will focus on her work using satellite...
Ocean Organizations Unite to Call for Precaution in Ocean Carbon Dioxide Removal Research6 June 2023
Impacts of offshore wind farms: new evidence base25 May 2023
Just released: a new evidence base on the environmental impacts of offshore wind farm developments and the outcomes for marine ecosystem services.
Measuring manmade and natural gases in the sea air23 May 2023
Our Dr Frances Hopkins talks about how the Marine Biogeochemistry team measure various gases produced both by human activities and naturally by the oc...
Driving with flatter tyres increases the amount of microplastics released into the environment23 May 2023
Our Dr Samantha Garrard explains in a new article published in The Conversation UK why you should check your tyres: maintaining the correct tyre press...
Celebrating the International Day of Biological Diversity22 May 2023
Monday 22nd May marks the 'International Day of Biological Diversity', a day sanctioned by the United Nations for the promotion of biodiversity issues...
Coastal lights trick coral reefs into early spawning15 May 2023
Research published in Nature Communications shows, for the first time, that corals exposed to artificial light at night are spawning one to three days...
How eddies enhance the absorption of carbon: a South Atlantic Ocean study9 May 2023
An oceanic phenomena: investigating the effects of ‘mesoscale eddies’ on the air-sea CO2 sink in the South Atlantic Ocean
Staff Spotlight: Dr Matt Frost - Head of the PML International Office7 May 2023
Dr Matt Frost has recently taken up the position of Head of the PML International Office, to help drive forward PML's vision for a sustainable ocean f...
What are the effects of decommissioning man-made structures on marine ecosystems globally?5 May 2023
Scientists have released a plain language summary of a publication that examined the scientific evidence for impacts of decommissioning man-made struc...
PML Welcomes New Honorary Fellow Torsten Thiele2 May 2023
Internationally-renowned expert on blue finance and ocean governance
Predicting the changing marine conditions with future digital twins24 April 2023
A pioneering application of machine learning is helping scientists to emulate highly complex physical-biogeochemical marine processes, to forecast mar...
Student Spotlight: Perle Deaibes21 April 2023
Perle Deaibes is completing a research internship at Plymouth Marine Laboratory under supervisor Dr Mahasweta Saha.
OSPAR report on ocean acidification released17 April 2023
The report has been supported by three ocean acidification experts from Plymouth Marine Laboratory.
SB58 Cryosphere Pre-sessional Technical Workshop
2 June 2023
SoapBox Science: Exeter
10 June 2023