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Burying carbon for good - Is the Southern Ocean up to it?

15-May-2014 - 15 May 2014 by Tom Marshall Adding iron to the Southern Ocean may not have the climate benefits that advocates of geoengineering have hoped for

SHEAR Announcement of Opportunity: Research Consortia Grants 2015 - Full proposals

15-Sep-2015 - Closing date full proposals 16 00 UK local time GMT Thursday 7 January 2016 Full proposals are invited for a new funding round as part

Changing Arctic Ocean: Implications for marine biology & biogeochemistry

17-Sep-2015 - Programme overview link will expand or collapse section The Arctic is the fastest changing environment

Scientists probe Southern Ocean black smokers for first time

06-Feb-2010 - 6 February 2010 by Tom Marshall Scientists on the British research ship RRS James Cook have explored deep sea volcanic vents in the Southern Ocean

Working with the media

26-Sep-2014 - How we can help We can help NERC funded researchers with all aspects of media relations Tips & advice Useful advice

Traces of life found in ancient impact crater

08-Oct-2010 - 8 October 2010 by Adrian Boyce and John Parnell In remotest Arctic Canada scientists are discovering that life can exploit the harshest of

UKRI Centres for Doctoral Training in artificial intelligence

05-Feb-2018 - Environmental Sciences Centres for Doctoral Training CDTs in Artificial Intelligence are being supported by UK Research & Innovation UKRI

NERC research boosts UK energy industry

08-Oct-2015 - 8 October 2015 NERC research creates enormous benefits for the energy sector; over its 50 year lifetime it s helped the UK keep the lights on while

Hikers spread invasive plant seeds accidentally

25-Jul-2011 - 25 July 2011 by Tamera Jones Hikers may be inadvertently helping to spread invasive plants across the largest national park in Australia s New

Research ships and supporting facilities

16-Jan-2015 - NERC owns several research ships that undertake multi disciplinary science As well as owning and running some of the most well known research ships