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Scottish scientists unearth effects of mining waste disposal

SRSL expertise to reduce environmental impact on seabed


Researchers from the independent Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS), near Oban, and its commercial partner SAMS Research Services Ltd (SRSL) conducted surveys in Papua New Guinea into the effects of deep-sea tailings placement (DSTP) on seabed biological communities.

International Indian Ocean Expedition 2 - Call for Expressions of Interest for Participation

The first expedition of IIOE-2, is to be flagged off from the port of Goa, India on 4 December 2015 on board ORV Sagar Nidhi at the concluding session of the International Symposium on "Dynamics of the Indian Ocean: Perspective and Retrospective" to be held in Goa during 30 November - 4 December 2015.


Can carbon dioxide be stored safely offshore?

Research Project ECO2 presents approach for a sound environmental risk assessment of sub-seabed CO2 storage

Investigation begins into Europe’s flat-lining aquaculture industry

As Europe’s reliance on seafood imports increases, a team of marine scientists has embarked on a three-year project to investigate why the continent’s own aquaculture industry is flat-lining, while countries outside the European Union (EU) enjoy boom time in the sector.


Back in the fjord - Kiel marine scientists investigate responses of the plankton community to ocean acidification in a field experiment off Norway

In a new experiment with the KOSMOS mesocosms, scientists from GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel address key questions about the impacts of ocean acidification on the food web and biogeochemical cycling. As part of this study, which runs until the end of June in Raunefjord, Bergen (Norway), the researchers will transfer a laboratory-grown calcifying alga adapted to ocean acidification into the mesocosms.


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