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AGM and Annual Lecture
AGM and Annual Lecture

6 December 2019: Following the AGM we invite you to join our Annual Newth Lecture, this year focusing on the history and future of marine stations

Short Course - Ecopath with Ecosim (EwE)
Short Course - Ecopath with Ecosim (EwE)

This course will give you a comprehensive introduction to Ecopath,Ecosim & Ecospace, free ecosystem modelling software widely used in marine ecology.

Latest news

Marine ecologist Prof Michael Burrows is lead author on the global assessment of ocean warming impacts.

Mon, Nov 25, '19

Taking a poll of the ocean electorate

Scientists complete global assessment of ocean warming impacts

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SAMS scientists deploy SIMBA technology in the Cairngorms

Thu, Nov 14, '19

Snow sensors could help predict flood risk

SAMS technology is being tested in the Scottish Highlands

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Talisker embarks on SAMS’ first glider mission 10 years ago

Sat, Oct 12, '19

Marine robotics’ decade of discovery

Glider launch 10 years ago marked step change in data capture

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SIMBA units can withstand temperatures as low a -40 degrees Celsius, making them ideal for work in the Arctic.

Thu, Oct 3, '19

SAMS' part in largest Arctic expedition

SAMS Research Services Ltd technology will measure sea ice thickness

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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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