03 Aug 2017 | 49
Innovate UK provides funding for collaboration (including SAHFOS) to develop the first early deduction system to locate invasive non-native species and other harmful components of ships' ballast water
28 Jul 2017 | 47
SAHFOS contributes to a major new publication by the UK Marine Climate Change Impacts Partnership (MCCIP) which demonstrates the important effects climate change is having on UK seas and coastlines.
24 Jul 2017 | 28
Learn more about the wide-ranging impacts and activities completed by SAHFOS in 2016. Our latest Annual Report is now available.
17 Jun 2017 | 47
SAHFOS researchers are trialling the new FlowCam Macro as part of their involvement with the EU project AtlantOs.
02 Jun 2017 | 67
Special session on ocean observing systems at MASTS
01 Jun 2017 | 250
New study highlights the importance of long-term ecological monitoring programs
15 May 2017 | 133
The hidden world of giant viruses discovered in seawater
11 Apr 2017 | 52
The journal, Global Change Biology (GCB), has announced a paper, lead by SAHFOS Researcher Professor Chris Reid, was one of their most downloaded in 2016.
07 Apr 2017 | 38
Scientists from two of Plymouth’s leading marine science institutes host 2 days of events for children
08 Jul 2016 | 92
Climate change is already reshuffling the UK’s wildlife calendar, and it’s likely this will continue into the future
04 Apr 2016 | 96
The 2015 Annual Report is out now. As a showcase of the quantity of research, analysis and projects that have been completed, there are a number of diverse articles inside.
24 Nov 2015 | 119
"We demonstrate, based on 72 long time series, that a major change took place in the world centred on 1987 that involved a step change and move to a new regime in a wide range of Earth systems," said Professor Reid.
31 Jul 2015 | 197
SAHFOS appoints dynamic new Director SAHFOS, one of the world’s most respected marine science organisations, is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Willie Wilson as its new Director from 1st September 2015. The appointment was made after an international search and selection process.
06 Jul 2015 | 56
After several years of being cooler than average, the waters of the NE Pacific have been heating up recently. Whitney (2015) reported spring temperatures deviating 3.5 standard deviations from the long-term mean in the oceanic waters of the NE Pacific, covering the transition zone just south of where the CPR transects run.
03 Jun 2015 | 147
When global warming rises above the dangerous threshold of 2°C, between 50 and 70% of the global ocean may experience a change in marine biodiversity.
12 Nov 2014 | 74
SAHFOS has been awarded £396,095 to equip its fleet of Continuous Plankton Recorders (CPRs) with state-of-the-art environment sensors that will measure water temperature, salinity, chlorophyll fluorescence, pH and pCO2.
28 Oct 2014 | 52
Brittany Ferries kindly tow the CPR once a month on the Roscoff to Plymouth route. The CPR on this route is fitted with a water sampler that collects samples for DNA analysis.
08 Sep 2014 | 38
Our Annual Report is now available to read.
11 Aug 2014 | 37
Our Ecological status report is now available to view online.
04 Jun 2014 | 48
In the wake of a controversial iron fertilisation 'experiment' off the coast of Canada, plankton scientists have noted a higher than average abundance of copepods - crustaceans that form an important food source for many marine creatures higher up food chains, including fish.
01 Jun 2014 | 32
The Challenger Conference for Marine Science is taking place on Monday, September 08, 2014
01 Jun 2014 | 49
SAHFOS together with AWI is organising a summer school on time series analysis, as a tool to assess the ecological and societal implications of climate change.
01 May 2014 | 31
Research output from SAHFOS scientists is now available in a new open access repository, the Plymouth Marine Science Electronic Archive (PlyMSEA), which is shared by SAHFOS partners - the Marine Biological Association of the UK (MBA) and Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML).
02 Apr 2014 | 57
Members of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Working Group II published their first update in seven years on the scale of impacts, adaptations and vulnerabilities to climate change.