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, May 21, 2007

This afternoon...

Hey Everyone,

The Rhubarb talks continue tonight at 5pm in The Ray Beverton Room. Today we have a talk from

Maria Nielsdottir - "Iron limitation in high latitude North Atlantic -A study late Autumn"

If anyone else would like to practice a talk tonight there is still a space available

Hope to see you all there!

Thursday, May 10, 2007

Late updates - 08/05/07

Hi everyone,

this week on the rhubarb talks we had:

Abi Pattendon - "Antarctica"


Kirsteen MacKenzie - "Atlantic salmon and stable isotopes"

PhD research into the use of salmon scales as proxies for the marine life history of the Atlantic salmon. Using scales as relatively non-destructive means of obtaining information on movements, feeding, growth and health of the salmon's life at sea.