Between 22 and 26 July 2019, the National Oceanography Centre is hosting the BIARRITZ Project Workshop, which aims to bring together observationalists and modellers in a series of practical workshops and sessions to advance our understanding of the Twilight Zone.
Today, the British Oceanographic Data Centre (BODC) celebrates its 50th anniversary with an international meeting looking at the “Past, present and future: successes and challenges in managing marine data”.
This free meeting, open to the public as well as the science community, marks the 100th anniversary of the world-famous Liverpool Tidal Institute, founded at University of Liverpool in 1919 before moving to Bidston Observatory on the Wirral.
The annual meeting of the RINGO project (Readiness of ICOS for Necessities of Integrated Global Observations) will be held from 20 March to 22 March at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton, UK. RINGO aims to improve the readiness of the European environmental science community to measure and monitor the global Carbon cycle.
The NOC in Southampton today hosted a celebration of marine science across the Commonwealth attended by High Commissioners from across the Commonwealth, ahead of next week’s Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, where member states will gather in London to agree further global measures to protect our oceans.
The 1st International Workshop on Waves, Storm Surges and Coastal Hazards hosted by the NOC and organised together with Environment Canada and the University of North Florida has been a highly successful event.
The Society for Underwater Technology (SUT) is hosting it’s annual Christmas Lecture event at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton on the 12 December 2016. This is a free programme of career presentations for KS4 and Post-16 which are bookable through the SUT and feature a range of themes including ‘Can a lobster be an archeologist?’