OceanICU

A PATH TO NET ZERO

29 AUGUST 2023 OceanICU has a featured spotlight in the August issue of Sea Technology. In the article, “A Path to Net Zero”, Richard Sanders provides a good overview of OceanICU and discusses the project’s aims to examine the impact of blue economy industries on Ocean carbon storage, and how decision support tools will be developed …

A PATH TO NET ZERO Read More »

A Path to Net Zero

OceanICU has a featured spotlight in the August issue of Sea Technology. In the article, “A Path to Net Zero”, Richard Sanders provides a good overview of OceanICU and discusses the project’s aims to examine the impact of blue economy industries on Ocean carbon storage, and how decision support tools will be developed to help …

A Path to Net Zero Read More »

PhD position on “Southern Ocean Carbon Cycle Response to Antarctic Meltwater

This work described in this open PhD opportunity from OceanICU partner AWI will be of great interest to OceanICU as it will help inform how the global carbon process works. PhD position on “Southern Ocean Carbon Cycle Response to Antarctic Meltwater”. This is a modelling project: the selected candidate will run and analyze simulations with …

PhD position on “Southern Ocean Carbon Cycle Response to Antarctic Meltwater Read More »

Newsletter | Issue 1

In this edition: Welcome Note from Richard Sanders How to Get Involved OceanICU Project Kick Off Event Celebrating World Ocean Day UNESCO Integrated Carbon Research Workshop Summer Read: First OceanICU Science Paper The OceanICU Webinar & Workshop Series The Future is Fish Carbon: Our Focus for Autumn 2023 Upcoming Events OceanICU is a five-year project, …

Newsletter | Issue 1 Read More »

Call for Abstracts

If your research involves Ocean carbon, please consider submitting an abstract to the Ocean Sciences Meeting 2024 session OB017, titled “Recent advances in understanding the Ocean carbon cycle”. OceanICU partner Neill MacKay of the University of Exeter will be convening this session and is welcoming submissions addressing all aspects of the Ocean carbon cycle, including …

Call for Abstracts Read More »

The Future is Fish Carbon

There are many facets to the OceanICU investigation, one of which is understanding the potential role that fish play in the global carbon cycle, how their role may have changed as a result of fishing, and how fishery activities might be managed to maximise climate and fisheries benefits. Coming to you this autumn, OceanICU will …

The Future is Fish Carbon Read More »