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Posted: 25 April 2019
This week the RRS James Cook set sail to embark on a world-first experiment to develop methods for detecting and monitoring leaks of carbon dioxide (CO2) from sub-seabed reservoirs, however unlikely...
Posted: 23 April 2019
Following its 20th Annual Meeting, held in Mindelo, Cabo Verde, in January 2019, the Partnership for Observation of the Global Ocean (POGO), of which the NOC is a member, has issued the Cabo Verde...
Posted: 16 April 2019
Research published this week provides insights on the most probable crash site for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight, as well as revealing new strategies for tracking movements of objects at sea...
Posted: 15 April 2019
Two University of Belize scientists have recently completed an intensive two-week programme of training in the UK, to enhance the capability of the University of Belize to study the aquatic...
Posted: 12 April 2019
NOC scientists at EGU This week at the European Geophysical Union (EGU) conference, NOC scientists presented a new automated process of quality control for high-frequency tide gauge data. This process could greatly...
Posted: 10 April 2019
On 1 April 1949, the UK’s National Institute of Oceanography (NIO) came into being – the present-day National Oceanography Centre can trace its roots to that momentous event. The NIO grew from two...
Posted: 9 April 2019
anyTide App The National Oceanography Centre’s anyTide app now includes free comprehensive tide information for over 1000 coastal points worldwide. Available on both iOS and Android, the app provides instant...