These results provide evidence that the long-term evolution of Antarctic plankton communities was significantly impacted changes in climate on relatively short geological timescales," adds Dr Bohaty, who is based at the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton (NOCS).
What does NOC stand for?
NOC stands for National Oceanography Centre (UK)
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- Nobody But Us (US NSA)
- New Oxford Book of Victorian Verse
- National Organisation of Bank Workers (India)
- Connaught, Ireland - Knock (Airport Code)
- Nantahala Outdoor Center (Bryson City, North Carolina)
- Natick Operations Center (US Army)
- National Obsolescence Centre
- National Occupation Code (Immigration Canada)
- National Occupational Classification (Immigration Canada)
- National Ocean Council
- National Officials Committee (various organizations)
- National Offshore Council
- National Oil Company
- National Oil Corporation (Libya)
- National Olympic Committee
- National Operating Center
- National Operations Center
- National Organising Committee
- National Outreach Convention
- Natural Optimizer Compiler (Software AG USA)
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Taking place at the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) from Tuesday 9th April to Thursday 11th April, Sonardyne's trials and research vessel, Sound Surveyor, boasts a packed programme schedule including SPRINT INS, 6G multi-user acoustics and Solstice Side Scan Sonar.
2013 Contractor name : NATIONAL OCEANOGRAPHY CENTRE Contractor address : Waterfront Campus, European Way SO14 3ZH Southampton Internet address: http://noc.
For the past three years, a team of engineers from the British Antarctic Survey and the National Oceanography Centre have pushed the boundaries of polar technology to design and build a titanium water-sampling probe and sediment corer capable of being lowered down the huge borehole in the ice made by a custom-built hot-water drill.
Dr Simon Boxall, from the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton, Hampshire, said: "The image shows a bloom of algae and zooplankton that would exist on what would be a thermocline.
The four-year iCoast project brings Swansea University together with partners including the Universities of Southampton and Manchester, Oxford University, the National Oceanography Centre and the British Geological Survey.
During an expedition in 2010, a team lead by marine geochemist Doug Connelly of Britain's National Oceanography Centre and University of Southampton biologist Jon Copley used a deep-diving robot submarine to explore the trough.
School of Ocean and Earth Science, National Oceanography Centre, University of Southampton Bob Shipp, Ph.