Defining Acceptable Subsea Cable Risk

Since the 1850s, submarine cables have played an integral role in international data transmission and are now crucial to the growth of offshore renewables sector.

BAS Extends RRS Ernest Shackleton Charter

British Antarctic Survey (BAS) has declared its fourth option with GC Rieber for an extension of the bareboat ...

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BAS Deploys Impact Subsea ISA500 in Antarctic

Impact Subsea has delivered its ISA500 units to the British Antarctic Survey (BAS).  The ISA500 units have been ...

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Would You Name Your Vessel Boaty McBoatface?

NERC (Natural Environment Research Council) has launched a campaign for public to name its new GBP 200 million ...

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BAS Extends RRS Ernest Shackleton Charter

British Antarctic Survey (BAS) has declared its third option for a one-year extension of the bareboat charter for ...

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BAS Scientist’s Perspective on Decreasing Arctic ...

The Arctic sea ice minimum marks the day – typically in September – when sea ice reaches its smallest extent ...

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BAS Names New Director (UK)

Professor Jane Francis has been appointed as the new Director of the British Antarctic Survey (BAS). Chief ...

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BAS Scientists Involved in NASA Mission (UK)

BAS Scientists Involved in NASA Mission (UK)

NASA’s Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP), the first twin-spacecraft mission designed to explore the Earth’s ...

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UK: NERC to Combine Marine and Polar Management of NOC ...

  NERC is considering a merger of the scientific and logistics management of marine and polar science ...

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UK: RS Aqua Sponsors 6th Moorings Group Workshop at BAS

Every two years the NERC UK/European Moorings Group holds a workshop to discuss developments in the field of ...

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