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Carbon Uptake and Seasonal Traits in Antarctic Remineralisation Depth (CUSTARD) Principal Investigator: Dr Adrian Martin, National Oceanography Centre The…

Processes Influencing Carbon Cycling: Observations of the Lower limb of the Antarctic Overturning (PICCOLO) Principal Investigator: Prof Karen Heywood, University of East Anglia…

Southern OceaN optimal Approach To Assess the carbon state, variability and climatic drivers (SONATA) Principal Investigator: Prof. Corrine Le Quere, University of East Anglia The overriding…

CELOS Constraining the EvoLution of the southern Ocean-carbon Sink (CELOS)The Southern Ocean (SO) plays a key role for climate and climate change. It is the largest oceanic sink…

SARDINESouthern Ocean carbon indices and metrics (SARDINE)This project will provide a new view of the global impact of the Southern Ocean on carbon and climate metrics, drawing upon the current suite…

NEWS

  • Webinar – SO-CHIC: Southern Ocean Carbon and Heat Impact on Climate
    The EPB will host the first in a series of webinars for the project Southern Ocean Carbon and Heat Impact on Climate (SO-CHIC) on 15:00 CEST, Tuesday 7th April 2020. This first webinar, given by project coordinator Jean-Baptiste Sallée from Sorbonne Université, will introduce…
  • CUSTARD research expedition complete, but still more to collect
    Dr Adrian Martin, CUSTARD Principal Scientist, National Oceanography Centre, UK 10/01/2020 At present Discovery is back in Punta Arenas with research expedition DY111 complete. We managed to get an enormous amount done and the data should keep us happy making…
  • ‘Marine Snow’ – Episode 3
    Chelsey Baker, National Oceanography Centre, UK Cover photograph by Sofia Alexiou, NOC 06/01/2020 EPISODE 3 – Sampling the Sinking Marine Snowstorm Onboard the RRS Discovery for the past 6 weeks we’ve been waiting for a snowstorm… a marine snowstorm. But…

ABOUT ROSES

The Southern Ocean is one of the most important and poorly understood components of the global carbon cycle that profoundly shapes Earth’s climate. It is the primary hot spot for the oceanic sink of anthropogenic carbon dioxide (CO2), having captured…