The State of the Oceans. Dr Jeremy Jackson discusses some of the major threats to our oceans, including: overfishing, warming and acidification, ‘alien’ species, poisoned food webs, and eutrophication.
Who to thank for the air we breathe?, by Dr Paul Falkowski
‘Alright Stop, grab a net and a Niskin…’
Every self-respecting oceanographer will know this song, will have played (sung) it at sea, and irritated everyone else on the ship whilst doing it – Be warned: if the Captain hears you singing this be prepared for a lecture on the differences between boats and ships
Stunning….. surfing in a bio-luminescent dinoflagellate red-tide.
Acid Test: The Global Challenge of Ocean Acidification.
A Forams tale – How these beautiful calcareous plankton are collected from the ocean, cultured, and subsequently used to reconstruct the climate of the Earth millions of years ago.
The power of Plankton: how scientists monitor plankton with instruments such as SAHFOS’s Continuous Plankton Recorder.
Everything you need to know about the distortion of climate change science, squeezed into this excellent video
Have you ever heard someone question climate change because it’s cold outside? Show them this video over and over until they understand that climate and weather are different!
The ‘i’m a climate scientist’ rap…. scientists can be gangster too.
Diatoms: living in glass houses
The problem of shifting baselines.
WHOI’s video plankton recorder: an underwater video microscope system and producer of planktonic pornography
Follow scientists from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution as they undertake a cruise to study Trichodesmium in the western North Atlantic (Part 1)
Follow scientists from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution as they undertake a cruise to study Trichodesmium in the western North Atlantic (Part 2)
Follow scientists from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution as they undertake a cruise to study Trichodesmium in the western North Atlantic (Part 3)
Kevin Zelnio’s brilliant #IamScience campaign to change the public perception of scientists: ‘to break down the scientist stereotype and highlight how much diversity of backgrounds really exist in science’
Perpetual Ocean: this stunning video beautifully demonstrates how the surface of our ocean is made up of moving currents and swirling eddies
Interview with Dr. Richard Kirby about his Ocean Drifters exhibit… planktontastic!