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.

Scientists Gear to Explore South Georgia Waters

This Friday the royal research ship (RRS) Discovery will leave Southampton for a science expedition to the waters ...

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Boaty McBoatface on Its First Antarctic Mission

Scientists from the University of Southampton and British Antarctic Survey (BAS) are embarking on an expedition to ...

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Scientists Explore Senghor Sea Mount

A group of European and American scientists have embarked on an oceanographic mission aboard the German research ...

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Scientists Explore Mariana Back-Arc

A team of geologists, chemists, and biologists aboard research vessel Falkor have finished surveying the largely ...

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HR Wallingford Scientists Join RRS James Cook Expedition

Royal Research ship (RRS) James Cook embarked on an expedition on October 28, to discover new sources of the rare ...

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Scientists Conduct Black Sea Survey Off Bulgaria

An international team, involving the University of Southampton’s Centre for Maritime Archaeology (UK) and funded by ...

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Scientists Assess Atlantic Deep-Sea Ecosystems

The assessment of Atlantic deep sea ecosystems, supported by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 funding ...

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Scientists Study Oil Spill Effects on Deep Sea Ecosystems

Scientists from the University of Aberdeen are due to sail to the North Atlantic to test research equipment that ...

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WHOI Scientists Find Major Source of Methanol in Ocean

Researchers at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) have discovered a massive, previously unaccounted ...

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Scientists Pre-Programme AUVs to Make Independent Decisions

Mark Moline and Kelly Benoit-Bird co-authored a paper on the advantage of linking multi-sensor systems aboard an ...

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Scientists Discover New Deep-Sea Vents in Mariana Back-Arc

A team of scientists on a 28-day expedition onboard R/V Falkor have more than doubled the number of known ...

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Scientists Discover New Class of Hydrothermal System

Scientists at the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) and the University of Southampton have made the first ...

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GEOMAR Scientists Embark on GEOTRACES Expedition

German research vessel METEOR, under the leadership of the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, is set ...

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Scientists Embark on Atlantis Massif Core Sampling Campaign

An international team of scientists are setting sail today on board the Royal Research Ship James Cook to explore ...

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Scientists Start Monterey Canyon Coordinated Experiment

Underwater avalanches and turbidity currents carry huge amounts of sediment, organic material, and pollutants down ...

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Scientists Explore Tamu Massif Origin

Schmidt Ocean Institute’s chief scientist Dr. William Sager and his team are returning to the spot of ...

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Scientists Map Colville Ridge Seafloor Off New Zealand

Scientists have returned from a three-week mission to map the seafloor of the Colville Ridge, northeast of ...

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Scientists Create Digital Map of Seafloor’s Geology

Scientists from the University of Sydney’s School of Geosciences have led the creation of the “world’s ...

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Scientists Study Coastal Upwelling Offshore Peru

The coastal upwelling of cold and nutrient-rich waters off Peru and Ecuador is significant not only for the ...

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Scientists Discover Unknown Vent Field in Gulf of California

Scientists, on board Germany’s new deep-sea research vessel SONNE, lead by Professor Christian Berndt from the ...

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Investigator Discovers 50-Million-Year-Old Volcanoes

Australia’s new ocean-going research vessel Investigator has discovered extinct volcanoes likely to be 50 million ...

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