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Millie Watts
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PhD researcher at the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton
PhD researcher at the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton

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Starting today at 1300, questions from the MOOC so far and on how to apply to study at Southampton. 
The undergraduate admission tutors from Ocean and Earth Science Southampton will be on hand to answer your questions.

Ask them about...the subjects you are interested in, your job aspirations and what you will need to get there, ask them about our degrees and the fieldtrips our students enjoy or ask about our unique Waterfront Campus and our research vessels!  Or simply ask them anything about our Oceans!

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Trænadjupet Slide
So we've heard about the
Afen Slide and seen some of the great cores from the Trænadjupet Slide, as well
the wide array of sediment types that exist within them. Here's a little
background on why the Trænadjupet Slide is important and what the cores might
t...

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Progress in the Far North
After a successful coring campaign to date, and the continuing excellent weather, we are now moving towards our most northerly site at 74° north. We have now collected over 300m of piston core from a range of sites in the Nordic Seas, and are now focused on...

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Progress in the North
After a succesful coring campaign to date, and the continuing excellent weather, we are now moving towards our most northerly site at 74° north. We have now collected over 300m of piston core from a range of sites in the Nordic Seas, and are now focussed on...

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Glorious Mud.
We have been coring in the Traenadjupet region, and have seen some fabulous examples of a range of processes recorded in the mud. We are hopeful for some great results from these cores, though this will take some time to work up, but in the meantime, here a...

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Glorious Mud.
We have been coring in the Traenadjupet region, and have seen some fabulous examples of a range of processes recorded in the mud. We are hopeful for some great results from these cores, though this will take some time to work up, but in the meantime, here a...

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The triggers
68.5 o N 8 o E Notes: Sun has now not set for three days, although the
weather has been overcast for the last two days. Graveyard shift currently
leads the daytime shift by 17 to 11 cores, not that we are counting. Alessandro
is pretty poor at darts. There ...

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Progress so far…
We have had a really successful coring campaign so far,
after three days of fairly intensive activity we have collected over 20 cores, from
a variety of sites. One of our first objectives was to core both inside and
outside a set of large cracks close to th...
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