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Projects

At any one time, PML is undertaking around 100 research projects with science and interests stretching from local to global, from lakes to oceanic environments. We collaborate in research projects across the world, and the length and breadth of the global ocean from the poles to the tropics. Our strategic research feeds into national and international strategies such as for the UK and other governments or regulators, and maps onto strategies of public sector bodies, space agencies, charitable foundations and philanthropists, NGOs and industry.

Here you can find a selection of our current projects:

Chlorophyll a image courtesy of NEODAAS
EarthServer

Project start: April 2015

Completed project
Dr Beale and Dr Airs preparing samples for measurement of N-Osmolytes in seawater at PML.
Biological cycling of N-osmolytes in the surface ocean (N-osmolytes)

Project start: November 2014

Completed project
Montage of images related to MERP
Marine Ecosystems Research Programme (MERP)

Project start: May 2014

Completed project
Wave image from iStock
Carbon/Nutrient Dynamics and Fluxes of the Shelf System (CANDYFLOSS)

Project start: September 2013

Completed project
Chlorophyl, May 2014. Courtesy of PML remote sensing group
Shelf Seas Biogeochemistry research programme: modelling

Project start: January 2013

Completed project
Image courtesy of Joshua Stevens, NASA Earth Observatory,
Global Observatory of Lake Responses to Environmental Change (GloboLakes)

Project start: September 2012

Completed project
Turbines and fishing boat. Image courtesy of Dreamstime.com
Future Energy System Pathways (UKERC)

Project start: January 2009

Completed project
Picture of NERC-BAS Twin Otter research aircraft
NERC Airborne Research Facility (NERC-ARF)

Project start: April 2007

Completed project
The RRS James Clark Ross, a scientific research vessel which has been used for many AMT cruises
Atlantic Meridional Transect (AMT)

Project start: September 1995

Active project