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Antactic landscape view Scott Lecture Series

22/10/2010

Celebrating the centenary of Captain Scott’s South Pole expedition

Microscopic Fossils UK science spotlights ocean acidification

21/06/2010

Cardiff experts investigate response to climate change - 55 million years ago

Professor Joe Cartright and students Double success for Earth and Ocean Sciences

17/06/2010

Linnean Medal for Botany and Petroleum Group silver medal awarded

Sir Ranulph Fiennes Discovering Fiennes

17/06/2010

World’s greatest explorer helps Cardiff commemorate Captain Scott

Sir Ranulph Fiennes Commemorating Captain Scott

15/06/2010

Webcast - “World’s greatest living explorer” to deliver special lecture

Challenges of climate change Challenges of climate change

17/03/2010

Sir John Houghton delivers C3W inaugural lecture

A Scanning Electron Microscope image of a planktonic foraminifera, the particular species used to reconstruct ocean conditions during the last Ice Age. Hemispheres linked by oceanic seesaw during abrupt climate change

25/02/2009

New research may help to inform future climate change predictions

Vicki Case and Stephanie Moffatt Leading green award for marine scientists

25/07/2008

Strong link with Dover pays off

Coccolithophores Surprising find among ocean plants

08/05/2008

More chalk produced as carbon dioxide rises

Steve Kessel tagging a lemon shark Are sharks getting smarter?

18/03/2008

Why predators of the deep no longer take the bait

Oceans in a changing climate

08/08/2007

Understanding the North Atlantic

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