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Grant Info

YEARS

2010-2021

FUNDING AMOUNT

22773034.0 GBP

ABSTRACT

The Marine Physics and Ocean Climate Programme studies fundamental physical processes in the marine environment and their connection with, and influence on, the rest of the Earth system. Our research spans microscopic to global scales, extends from the coast to the abyssal ocean, and includes boundary layer interactions with the both the atmosphere and the sea bed. The group employs a wide range of measurements from ships, moorings, gliders, autonomous vehicles and satellites and drives forward technology development. Much of our research is carried out with academic and international partners across the world, but with a particular focus on the Atlantic, Arctic and Southern oceans as well as the world’s continental shelves. More... »

URL

https://gtr.ukri.org/project/6D6B1518-6B3A-4ABD-B79A-C4E92D7BE4CB

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