Event news

Event news items are listed below.

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Seawork 2016

14-17 June 2016, Southampton

The NOC will be based on Stand PY48 throughout the show discussing how it is currently working in partnership with marine businesses.

GeoHab 2016

GeoHab 2016 (credits: Natural England, CCO, MCA, Dorset Wildlife Trust, University of Southampton, NOC)

2-6 May 2016 –

GEOHAB (Marine Geological and Biological Habitat Mapping) is an international association of marine scientists studying biophysical (i.e., geologic and oceanographic) indicators of benthic habitats and ecosystems as proxies for biological communities and species diversity.

G7 meet at NOC

Reception at the SeaCiity museum

OceanSITES 2016

OceanSITES 2016

25–29 April 2016

OceanSITES 2016: 11th Steering Committee and 8th Data Management Team Meeting

FIX03 at Oceanology International

15 March 2016 –

Marine Technology and Services Sector Role in the Blue Economy

15 March 2016 10:00 – 17:00 South Gallery, Room 12

Costs and Benefits of Multidisciplinary Fixed-Point Ocean Observations

13:15-13:40 – Dr Luisa Cristini, FixO3 Project Manager, National Oceanography Centre

Marine Manufacturers Breakfast Club 2016 “NOC Sensor & Instrumentation Development and future roadmap”

Sensors

Tuesday, 23 February 2016 – 8.30-11.00

NOC On the 23 February 2016 the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton (NOC) will be hosting the next in its series of Marine Manufacturer’s ‘Breakfast Club’ meetings.

Liverpool Marine Symposium 2016

Liverpool Marine Symposium 2016

Thursday, 28 January 2016 –

Presentations are invited from scientists at the NOC and Liverpool Universities that relate to one of the three key themes

This year’s symposium will consist of talks under the following themes:

Marine Autonomy and Technoloy Showcase 2016

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Monday 14 – Friday 18 November 2016

With 2016 set to be a packed year for the MARS team and the Marine Robotics Innovation Centre, the 2016 showcase will move to 14 – 18 November 2016 giving the opportunity to cover all of the highlights of 2016.

Science meets art to bring sea-level rise to the country’s highest residents

Colne Rising guided walk

The National Oceanography Centre has lent its expertise to the creation of a fictitious story where rising sea levels due to climate change, and the equinox brings a massive flood to one of the highest areas of the country.

The future of science in South Georgia

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To assess how the scientific requirements of South Georgia will best be facilitated, a NOC scientist joined others from institutes around the world in the Falklands this week.