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1. Atlantic Meridional Transect [AMT]
The Atlantic Meridional Transect (AMT) is a multidisciplinary programme which undertakes biological, chemical and physical oceanographic research during an annual voyage between the UK and destinations ...


2. Biological Impacts of Ocean Acidification [BIOACID]
BIOACID project takes an integrated approach combining the expertise of molecular and cell biologists, biochemists, plant and animal physiologists, marine ecologists, ocean biogeochemists and ecosystem ...


3. South Atlantic Climate Change Consortium [SACC]
On 22-24 March 2009 we occupied two hydrographic sections across the eastern mouth of the Magellan Strait and the Le Maire Strait. These data were collected to establish the water mass properties ...


4. The CROZet natural iron bloom and EXport experiment (CROZEX) [IMBER_CROZEX]
Two cruises on RRS Discovery in austral summer 2004-5 studied the structure, causes and consequences of a naturally occurring, annual phytoplankton bloom around the Crozet Islands (Southern Ocean, ...


5. VulnErability of the Italian coastal area and marine Ecosystems to Climatic changes and Their rOle in the Mediterranean caRbon cycles [vector_project]
The VECTOR project (Project leader Prof. Cesare Corselli, Milano-Bicocca University), assigned to CoNISMa by MIUR in February 2006,is structured in 10 Work Packages. The project studies the most ...


6. Changes in carbon uptake and emissions by oceans in a changing climate [CARBOCHANGE]
CARBOCHANGE will provide the best possible process-based quantification of net ocean carbon uptake under changing climate conditions using past and present ocean carbon cycle changes for a better ...


7. Mediterranean Sea Acidification in a changing climate [MedSeA]
Increases of atmospheric CO2 and associated decreases in seawater pH and carbonate ion concentration this century and beyond are likely to have wide impacts on marine ecosystems including those of ...


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