CLASS - Climate Linked Atlantic Sector Science

Aim

CLASS will deliver the knowledge and understanding of the Atlantic Ocean system that society needs to make evidence-based decisions regarding ocean management. We aim to address key knowledge gaps in our understanding of ocean variability, climate regulation and ocean services, and to assess how the ocean will evolve as a result of climate change and intensified human exploitation.

CLASS will be delivered through an Atlantic focussed science programme, building on sustained ocean observation, world class model development and state of the art technology, delivered through Marine National Capability underpinning activities.

 

Funding

CLASS is a five-year project funded by the Natural Environment Research Council. The Project will be led by the National Oceanography Centre and is a collaboration with The Scottish Association for Marine Science, Plymouth Marine Laboratory, Marine Biological Association, and the Sea Mammal Research Unit, which will run between April 2018 and 2023.

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Updates

My name is Sarah Cryer, I’m a second year PhD student at the University of Southampton & National Oceanography Centre, and I was very grateful to be awarded a CLASS fellowship in 2019. I applied...
Post date: 2020-05-19 16:20
My name is Lukas, I am 28 years old and after successfully completing an international Master´s degree in marine sciences, I started my PhD at the University of Portsmouth in October 2019. My main...
Post date: 2020-05-19 15:48

Hello, I am Hannelore Theetaert, a marine chemistry lab technician working in the Flanders Marine Institute (VLIZ) in Ostend (Belgium) and having a B.Sc. in chemistry. In my job I am involved in...
Post date: 2020-05-05 08:37
Sampling at sea gives you many hurdles to overcome, and I am not just talking about seasickness! When we have a CTD rosette in the water it can be travelling through the water column for a few hours...
Post date: 2020-02-24 14:26

The RSS James Cook is approaching the mid-Atlantic ridge and the crew and scientists conducted 84 CTD-casts so far. The atmosphere on board is great and very productive, of course, a barbeque and a...
Post date: 2020-02-19 11:32

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Project Team

Prof Angela Hatton
Principal Investigator
National Oceanography Centre

Prof Russell Wynn
NPG & Policy Engagement
National Oceanography Centre

Dr Penny Holliday
Science Coordinator
National Oceanography Centre

Jen Thomas
Project Manager
National Oceanography Centre

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 Contact Us

 Telephone: +44 (0)23 8059 6100
 class@noc.ac.uk

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