CROZEX

   
Outreach
 

CROZEX Presentations and Outreach

List of presentations, most recent first

"Crozet trip on RRS Discovery" - Hugh Venables - Marine Life talk at NOCS on 7 July 2005

"What does an oceanographer do? - an illustrated talk about a recent physics/ biology/chemistry cruise on RRS Discovery to the Crozet Islands" - Prof Raymond Pollard, 30 June 2005, Gifted and Talented Careers Morning, St Anne's School, Southampton

"Observations of a significant annual bloom in the Southern Ocean" - Raymond Pollard, talk at International Research Conference of The Oceanographic Society, 6-10 June 2005, Paris, France

"Initial results from CROZEX" - Raymond Pollard, 12 May 2005, seminar, POETS corner, NOC

"Gas Transfer at Water Surfaces" - Dorothee Bakker, 2-6 May 2005, International Scientific Committee and Session Chair, 37th International Liege Colloquium on Ocean Dynamics, Liege, Belgium

"Southern Ocean blooms promote uptake of atmospheric CO2 - Dr Dorothee Bakker, 6 May 2005, 37th International Liege Colloquium on Ocean Dynamics, Gas Transfer at Water Surfaces, Liege, Belgium

"What does an oceanographer do? - an illustrated talk about a recent physics/biology/chemistry cruise on RRS Discovery to the Crozet Islands" - Prof Raymond Pollard, 13 April 2005, talk to the Democritus Science Society of the Diocesan College, Rondebosch

"The key role of the Southern Ocean in climate change" - Prof Raymond Pollard, 9 March 2005, seminar, Dept of Physics, University of Cape Town

"The marine carbon cycle in a context of integrated marine and atmospheric biogeochemistry" - Dorothee Bakker, 8 Feb 2005, seminar, School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia, Norwich

"The key role of the Southern Ocean in climate change" - Raymond Pollard, 25 Jan 2005, talk to the Rotary Club, George, South Africa

"Iron Rations" - Raymond Pollard, article (pdf) in Planet Earth, Spring 2004