Today, hundreds of international scientists are sounding a clarion call for urgent expansion of Southern Ocean research in the emerging climate crisis. 300 scientists from 25 nations have been meeting this week in the Antarctic gateway city of Hobart for the first-ever international conference of the Southern Ocean Observing System (SOOS).
A joint statement released at the close of the conference, highlights that no nation alone can provide the research needed to address the climate questions facing us. SOOS Co-Chair Dr Sian Henley said this is a critical time to bring the world together and focus on an ocean central to the global climate system. Read more at British Antarctic Survey
Urgent call for more Southern Ocean research
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