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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Caribbean coral reef inhabitants critical in determining future of reefs

New research led by the University of Exeter has found that species that live in and erode coral reefs will play a major role in determining the future of reefs.

Working Together to Promote Greater Resilience to Flooding

Researchers from Geography at the University of Exeter are working in collaboration with the Climate Outreach Information Network (COIN) and a range of regional stakeholders to help communities become more resilient to natural hazards like flooding.

Win an iPad by telling your housing story

Researchers at the University of Exeter are working with Exeter City Council to look at housing for the future in the city.