Marine Biology

Marine Biology is almost a nonsense term. The idea that one scientific discipline can cover all the habitats and species occupying two thirds of the world’s surface area and a depth range of over 11,000 meters is quite frankly ridiculous. It is, however, this expectation that has lured the various members of this Section into the study of our fascinating world below the waves.

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Samantha Blampied Researcher Profile

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Marine Biology - Spring 2015

2015 is a year of Big tides and the Marine Biology Section is making the most of them with several…

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Marine Biology Review - Spring 2012

Cold weather and small tides generally make the winter months unfavourable towards the marine biologist but the Section has nonetheless…

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