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Welldone! Rondro
Dr. Rondrotiana Barimalala, a UCT postdoctoral fellow in the Dept. of Oceanography is one of two young UCT scientists working with top climate scientists of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
Welcome to the new Honours 2019
Head of Dept of Oceanography, Prof. Isabelle Ansorge welcomes the new Honours students of 2019
Weddell Sea Expedition 2019 update
Weddell Sea Expedition 2019 - SEARCH FOR ENDURANCE ENDS
UCT oceanographer joins South African Young Academy of Science
UCT oceanographer Dr Sarah Fawcett has been elected to the South African Young Academy of Science.
Applications are now open! Masters in Applied Ocean Sciences
The MSc degree in Applied Ocean Sciences (AOS) is hosted by the Marine Research Institute (Ma-Re) at the University of Cape Town (UCT), South Africa.

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Sunday, 16 June 2019
News on the Latest cruise
Life aboard the polar research vessel SA Agulhas II was an education on its own, according to this report by five ocean climate dynamics master's students who headed into the frigid Southern Ocean in August.
Publication Date:
Tue, 08 Sep 2015 - 12:15
IAEA OA-ICC Training Course on Ocean Acidification

The training course is organized by the Ocean Acidification International Coordination Centre (OA-ICC) of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), and is hosted by the University of Cape Town and the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) of South Africa.

The purpose of the course is to train early-career scientists and researchers from IAEA African Member States entering the ocean acidification field, with the goal to assist them in becoming able to measure ocean acidification and to set up pertinent experiments, avoiding typical pitfalls and ensuring comparability with other studies. Expected outputs also include increased networking among scientists working on ocean acidification in Africa.

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Thu, 27 Aug 2015 - 09:30
Oceanography partners with UCT eResearch to advance earth systems modelling

In order to predict changing climate patterns in the coming years and decades, scientists need to understand the various interactions that take place within what is referred to as the earth system. This means understanding and predicting the interactions between atmosphere, land surface, ocean and sea ice, - known as the physical system - as well as the biogeochemical processes, such as the carbon cycle, which interact with this physical system. Today scientists can sucessfully model this system, but it entails an immense level of computing power. This is why the Department of Oceanography is partnering with UCT eResearch to use high performance computing (HPC) facilities for ocean and climate modelling.

Publication Date:
Thu, 27 Aug 2015 - 09:00
Mark Matthews
Copernicus Masters Ideas Challenge

The Oceanography Department wants to congratulate Dr. Mark Matthews on being the winner of the Copernicus Masters Ideas Challenge 2014, for his idea on CyanoLakes. The Copenicus Masters 2014, which was held worldwide for the first time, received more than 170 entries from 43 different countries.  The ideas submitted offer a glimpse into the next generation of Earth observation services.

Publication Date:
Tue, 04 Nov 2014 - 13:15

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