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GREAT Institute Oct 22
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SubC Imaging Oct 23
SubC cameras were used by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute (WHOI) to film and study corals to determine if some of them are more resistant to ocean acidification than others. Their incredible footage was used in Acid Horizon, an award-winning documentary.
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MASTS 16h
🌊Throughout lockdown, MASTS produced free weekly webinars with PhD students, government officials, and many researchers presenting. Did you know they are freely available on our YouTube page!? Including their live Q&A! 🔸Find them here: 👈
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Susie Bioletti Oct 25
Good luck with your research Looking forward to learning from your results.
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SubC Imaging Oct 26
The whalebones study continues in Barkely Canyon with a subsea camera observatory. See how it works here:
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Frontiers in Marine Science Oct 25
New Research: Sediment Transport Model Quantifies Plume Length and Light Conditions From Mussel Dredging: Mussel dredging causes resuspension of sediment particles that reduce water clarity and potentially leads to reduced eelgrass growth.…
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savingoceans Oct 21
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Tampa Bay Innovation Center & B2B Tech Accelerator 11h
These Oceanographers Want to Turn Marine Slime Into Drugs
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All-Atlantic Ocean Research Community 17h
Join "African Marine and Coastal Operational Services", a Networking Friday thematic special session by the on October 30th, 2020, 1-2pm UTC Details and registration: ➡️
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EuroMarine OYSTER Oct 26
shows us the of an in marine benthic . Between the 1st & 2nd picture, there are many hours of manual work and ! Working in is sometimes challenging in ways that you may not imagine!
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Neele M. Oct 26
The short film "Marine Studies at am Meer" I created with is finally online. It is the outcome of a /­MAR course. 📹
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Kelton McMahon Oct 22
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Frontiers in Marine Science Oct 22
New Research: Preliminary Results From Detection of Microplastics in Liquid Samples Using Flow Cytometry: Microplastics are globally recognized as contaminants in freshwater and marine aquatic systems. To date there is no universally…
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antarcticlegacy@sun.ac.za Oct 23
Join twitter chat on 30 October
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Valentin Foulon Oct 23
Our last on , published with in Marine Biotechnology. Free access here:
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Innoceana Oct 25
Meet the team! Here is Laura Vanopdenbosch amongst the seagrass of Tenerife. She is our project manager for all things in Costa Rica and carries out our mission to protect the ocean!
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Bella Oct 24
Currently on our last ever field trip to Rügen, looking at cretaceous chalk and quaternary glacial deposits!
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EurOcean 17h
On November 24, 2020, learn all about the Blue Economy Window Call for Proposals 2020. Known as the EMFF BlueInvest Grants, the call offers a total budget of € 20 million in funding opportunities for 🇪🇺 SMEs. ➡️
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NOAA LMRCSC Oct 26
Don't forget to mark your calendars for the NOAA EPP "Advancement of Social Sciences in Federal Agencies" webinar on 10/29. Be sure to join us and learn of the importance of social science in the federal government!
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Serina Wittyngham 7h
Are you interested in attending graduate school? Intimidated by, but curious about, the field of marine science? Come join me and others for an information session and panel about life at VIMS!
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