Welcome to the Rhubarb talks website

The 'Rhubarb Talks' are a series of seminars by PhD students for PhD students at NOCS.

Upcoming seminars are posted below and cover a whole range of scientific exploits. Talks are held every other Monday afternoon at 4.30pm in the postgrad lounge (node 086) and are accompanied by nibbles and refreshments.

For more info or to volunteer for a talk, please contact The Rhubarb Team: Liz (E.Sargent@noc.soton.ac.uk),
Rosanna (R.Greenop@noc.soton.ac.uk), Maike (mjsp106@soton.ac.uk) or Sara (Sara.Cregeen@noc.soton.ac.uk)

Monday, November 27, 2006

Previous rhubarb speakers....

In an effort to try and archive all the previous rhubarb presentations, here's a list of those of you that have already given a talk.... If you find yourself not on the list drop us an email at .

The WUN Exchange: Research Opportunities in Other Countries (20/11/2006)
Phil Wallhead

One Step Closer to Insanity and a Complete Section of Oceanic Crust: Tales from the IODP Expedition 309 (20/11/2006)
Chris Smith-Duque

Calcium content of marine invertebrates (6/11/2006)

Confessions of a PhD student: A tale from the other side (6/11/2006)
Chris Rowan

Observational Oceanography (23/10/2006)
Dave Poulter

3 weeks of fieldwork in the Venice Lagoon (23/10/2006)
Alice Lefebvre

Our second home, being on a research cruise explained (9/10/2006)
Hugh Venebles

Monitoring the Antarctic Circumpolar Current (9/10/2006)
Jo Hopkins

Paleomagnetic analysis of Deep Western Boundary Current flux variations in the North Atlantic (21/9/2006)
Sallly Hunter

Structural evolution of the western Gulf of Corinth (21/9/2006)
Rebecca Bell

Lateral spreading within the Storegga Slide: Form, process and evolution (7/9/2006)
Aaron Micallef

AMMA 2006: Crossing the Atlantic (7/9/2006)
Chris Jeffery

3D-Chirp (24/7/06)
Mark Vardy

Following the Palaeoequator in the equatorial Pacific (24/7/2006)
Kirsty Edgar