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RV MBA Sepia
MBA Sepia is a multidisciplinary research vessel engaged in marine and coastal research.
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MBA (Marine Biology) 19h
Good cheer Christmas lunch yesterday. Thank you to all our supporters and salty season's greetings to everyone!
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RV MBA Sepia Dec 11
all set up and gear ready for tomorrow's survey at
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MBA (Marine Biology) Dec 10
Between 1939 and '49, Alan Hodgkin & Andrew Huxley recorded nerve impulses in the nerve fibres of squid here , leading to quantitative theory of nervous conduction and a share of the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1963.
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RV MBA Sepia Dec 10
Look who turned up this morning aboard ready to sabotage our survey!
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Dr Richard Kirby Dec 4
What a way to die. Many copepods in the autumn plankton like this Corycaeus have been killed by the Syndinium parasite that eats the copepopd alive before the motile zoospores escape through breaks in the dead copepod's exoskeleton.
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RV MBA Sepia Dec 4
Replying to @JED_Science
All the best on your Antarctic adventures!
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RV MBA Sepia Dec 4
A still wintery morning to welcome and to explore the interaction between and , towing a out to . Lots of . Influence from the river system at the surface. .
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Clare Ostle Dec 4
Great to see the in action! Thanks to the crew for getting her out there, and returning her safely, solid build and solid crew. and currently being analysed from
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MBA (Marine Biology) Nov 30
PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS - Have you registered for our Open Day, Friday 7th December? We have funded opportunities starting soon, meet our Researchers, current students & tour the Lab! Confirm your attendance here:
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MBA (Marine Biology) Nov 23
There's just one week left to register for the NMBAQC Zooplankton Ring Test! Get in contact today:
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RV MBA Sepia Nov 22
Lots of (Sagitta setosa) in the samples this week. Voracious carnivores eating a variety of , they are frequently cannibalistic, able to swallow other chaetognaths of almost the same length. Thanks Dave Conway!
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Jack Sewell Nov 19
What a fantastic weekend, with an inspirational group of people! As always, a huge pleasure to assist with the Scientific Illustration Course. A big thank you to , & for support again this year!
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RV MBA Sepia Nov 20
Cold morning of easterly winds out to , sea surface has dropped to 12.5°C, bloom apparent.
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Audrey Dussutour Nov 10
" Well, that escalated quickly" From seaweed to cuttlefish under 10sec. Best !
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CPR Survey Nov 8
New species! This small crustacean has recently been recorded for the 1st time off Plymouth. Typically native to warmer waters, it’s likely to have been brought in by an influx of warm water + may have established a new local population
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RV MBA Sepia Nov 7
Replying to @chelsieldyer @thembauk
Well done guys! 🐟🌊🚤
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Emily Maher Nov 6
The MBA is currently offering all you out there 3 months extra free membership! Enter PROF at the checkout before 30th Nov!
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Wild Nature Press Nov 5
As winter sets in, these beautiful football sea squirts transform into a tough, featureless 'ball' to survive the cold, rough seas that come at this time of year!
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RV MBA Sepia Nov 5
Watch this space!
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RV MBA Sepia Nov 2
Plenty of at yesterday! Here are two beautiful examples; Undulate Ray (Raja undulata) and the Bull Huss (Scyliorhinus stellaris) photographed before measuring for and release.
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