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Madeleine Steer, undertaking fieldwork on the PML Quest

Sizing up the microscopic: research voyage sets sail to gauge the magnitude of the plastic problem

19 September 2016

Researchers from PML and the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) embark this week on the...

Sentinel-3A satellite

Discrepancies in satellite chlorophyll are half what we previously thought

16 September 2016

Accurate chlorophyll measurements in the ocean are crucial for understanding environmental change.  

Tim Fileman testing Ballast Water

Global ballast water convention to enter into force, halting invasive aquatic species

08 September 2016

Today, accession by Finland has triggered the entry into force of a key...

Weather buoy

BBC Weather World takes voyage into English Channel with PML scientists

01 September 2016

Weather World is presented by BBC Weather's Nick Miller and reveals the stories and science behind some of the year's wildest weather.

Plastic pollution on beach

Microplastics – tiny fragments, big problem

26 August 2016

MPs on the cross-party Environmental Audit Committee have recommended a ban on plastic...

Ocean

The ocean and its valuable role in reducing waste

02 August 2016

Humankind produces a large variety of wastes that are introduced into the environment either by accident or by design.

RRS James Clark Ross (British Antarctic Survey) and Sentinel 3a satellite (European Space Agency, ESA)

Helping satellites to better observe our oceans

20 July 2016

PML scientists are embarking on two new projects funded by the European Space...

Plastic pollution on a beach

“What are we going to do about plastics?” PML science in Parliament

18 July 2016

Today PML scientist Dr Pennie Lindeque is giving evidence at the Houses of Parliament, Westminster to the Parliamentary and Scientific Committee.

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