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Date Speaker Organisation Title
Spring 2016
11 Jan Josue Bock UEA Snow chemistry investigations through modelling studies
18 Jan Lauren Biermann Cefas Can changes to cloud cover and phytoplankton abundance in the Southern Ocean already be measured in the 12-year MODIS satellite record?
25 Jan Geraint Tarling British Antarctic Survey Antarctic krill: their biomass, behaviour and biogeochemical impact
1 Feb Tim Arnold MetOffice Using atmospheric measurements to locate emissions of synthetic greenhouse gases
8 Feb Martin Wustmann  Dresden University of Technology Chitin in the seas - From the most abundant biopolymer to the morphogenesis of diatom cell walls
15 Feb Johana Romeiro, Elena Garcia-Martinet al UEA PhD talk and Ocean Sciences talks and posters
22 Feb Roberto Sommariva University of Leicester Spatial and temporal variability of inorganic chlorine in Northwestern Europe
29 Feb Dave Worton National Physical Laboratory Improving chemical characterization of complex mixtures: Implications for air quality
7 Mar Imke Grefe UEA High-resolution measurements of nitrous oxide in the Southern Ocean
11 Apr tbc    
18 Apr None    
25 Apr Jessie Gardner & Cecilia Liszka BAS & UEA

The survival of a pteropod larvae (Limacina helicina antarctica) in a changing world

The contribution of a prominent euphausiid to active flux in the Southern Ocean
9 May Elena Garcia-Martin UEA Seasonal variability of organic carbon remineralization in the Celtic Sea
16 May Christian Rödenbeck  Max Planck Institute, Jena Multiple constraints on the ocean carbon sink variability
23 May Irina Grouneva UEA Proteome Plasticity in Marine Diatoms
6 June Jeroen van der Kooij CEFAS From Phytoplankton to Finwhales: Surveying the Celtic Sea ecosystem
13 June Andrew Manning UEA

Atmospheric oxygen: Useful for more than just breathing...

(NB: If you attended the ENV Zuckerman Symposium last month, you will have seen the 10-minute preview version of this talk.  Whether or not you were at Zuckerman, please come along for the extended version, detailing the exciting research activities that the COAS CRAM Group have been and will be getting up to)