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SAMS' Teledyne Gavia surveyed underneath calving glaciers, giving scientists a unique look at the seabed in such environments.

Thu, Sep 12, '19

Vanishing glaciers reveal ancient seabeds

Marine robotics allow scientists to survey uncharted territory

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SAMS UHI Student of the Year Eleanor Lawrie gets a hug from proud mum Karen

Mon, Sep 9, '19

Dedicated daughter is student of the year

Mum's the word as student Eleanor gains marine science degree

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The first two PhD graduates from the University of the Highlands and Islands, Dr Winnie Courtene-Jones and Dr Andrea Garvetto are congratulated by, from left: University of the Highlands and Islands Dean of Research Michael Rayner, SAMS UHI Director Prof Nicholas Owens, university Vice-Principal Prof Neil Simco and Head of SAMS UHI Graduate School Dr Bhavani Narayanaswamy.

Fri, Sep 6, '19

PhD award is university's first

Marine scientist’s graduation marks university milestone

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Latest papers


Effects of mine tailings exposure on early life stages of Atlantic cod
Authors:

Reinardy HC, Pedersen KB, Nahrgang J, Frantzen M.

Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 38 (7)
07, 1, 2019
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'Ectrogella' Parasitoids of the Diatom Licmophora sp are Polyphyletic
Authors:

Garvetto A, Perrineau MM, Dressler-Allame M, Bresnan E and Gachon CMM

Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology
07, 8, 2019
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Common and Antarctic Minke Whales: Conservation Status and Future Research Directions
Authors:

Risch D, Norris T, Curnock M, Friedlaender A

Frontiers in Marine Research Vol 6
05, 14, 2019
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Biosecurity implications of the highly invasive carpet sea-squirt Didemnum vexillum Kott, 2002 for a protected area of global significance
Authors:

Cottier-Cook, E.J., Minchin, D., Geisler, R., Graham, J., Mogg, A., Sayer, M.D., Matejusova, I.

Management of Biological Invasions Vol 10
05, 14, 2019
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