A team from the University’s new ‘Exeter atmospheric and ocean sciences’ unit joined a research cruise earlier this year to investigate the change in storage of greenhouse gases in the waters of the North Atlantic Basin. Results of the research will help provide warning of any fundamental change in the North Atlantic Ocean, resulting in improved forecasts of the ocean's ability to uptake and store greenhouse gases.

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Chancellor visits Community Garden in Tree-Topping Ceremony

Baroness Floella Benjamin attended a tree-topping ceremony to celebrate the planting of a tree in her honour

New cycle parking reflects University's cycling success

As the number of staff and students cycling to the campuses increases, new cycle parking facilities are set to be installed.

Unique photographic exhibition showcases human face of climate change

A striking new exhibition, now open in the Forum, presents 12 of the Exeter based (either at the University or Met Office) IPCC authors through a series of striking large-scale black and white portraits.