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R/V Neil Armstrong Arrives in Woods Hole

The research vessel Neil Armstrong was met by a jubilant crowd at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) dock Wednesday, as it arrived to its home port for the first time, escorted by the WHOI coastal research vessel R/V Tioga, two Coast Guard boats and fireboats from neighboring towns.

Volcanic Puzzle in the South Atlantic- Marine scientists from Kiel and Bremerhaven reconstruct the history of a dismembered seamount

22 March 2016/Kiel. Extinct volcanic islands erode to sea level and then disappear below the surface. In the course of millions of years, movements of tectonic plates and geological faults can transport these seamounts far from where they originally formed. Research led by volcanologists at the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel has shown that three seamounts in the South Atlantic Ocean located more than 3,500 kilometers apart once formed a single ocean island volcano. The findings also provide insight into the complex plate tectonics of the region.

2016 Call for SCOR Working Group Proposals

The 2016 SCOR Annual Meeting will take place in Sopot, Poland on 5-7 September 2016. The SCOR Secretariat will accept proposals for new working groups from now until 17 April 2016. The guidelines, a template, and word limits are available at http://www.scor-int.org/WG_Proposal_Instructions.docx.


Bigelow Laboratory launches new Centers for Venture Research focused on seafood security and the opening Arctic Ocean

Recognizing the importance of making science more relevant and accessible to meet societal needs, Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences has launched two new Centers for Venture Research, specifically geared to translating basic ocean-related scientific research to inform problem-solving, policy, and public awareness. The first two centers will focus on the opening of the Arctic Ocean and seafood security.

RV Polarstern arrives in Cape Town after five weeks at sea.

01/12/2015  - Team of Young Scientists takes the Vital Signs of the Atlantic Ocean.


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