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    Introduction to 'Surfer'
    'Surfer' is a computer package used to produce contour plots. Its marine applications therefore include production of bathymetric maps from measurements of depth, as well as contour plots of how oceanographic parameters vary in space and time in the water column.

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    Introduction to estuaries and Southampton Water
    A resource which answers the question "Why bother to study estuaries?" for SOES 6018. This module aims to ensure that MSc Oceanography, MSc Marine Science, Policy & Law and MSc Marine Resource Management students are equipped with the skills they need to function as professional marine scientists, in addition to / in conjuction with the skills training in other MSc modules. The module covers training in fieldwork techniques, communication & research skills, IT & data analysis and professional development.

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    Preparing poster presentations
    A presentation on how to prepare poster presentations for SOES 6018. This module aims to ensure that MSc Oceanography, MSc Marine Science, Policy & Law and MSc Marine Resource Management students are equipped with the skills they need to function as professional marine scientists, in addition to / in conjuction with the skills training in other MSc modules. The module covers training in fieldwork techniques, communication & research skills, IT & data analysis and professional development.

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    Research papers
    A presentation on writing research papers for SOES 6018. This module aims to ensure that MSc Oceanography, MSc Marine Science, Policy & Law and MSc Marine Resource Management students are equipped with the skills they need to function as professional marine scientists, in addition to / in conjuction with the skills training in other MSc modules. The module covers training in fieldwork techniques, communication & research skills, IT & data analysis and professional development.

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    Review of key physical processes in shallow waters
    A presentation for 2 Units in SOES 6018 and SOES 6060, on physical processes in shallow water. This module aims to ensure that MSc Oceanography, MSc Marine Science, Policy & Law and MSc Marine Resource Management students are equipped with the skills they need to function as professional marine scientists, in addition to / in conjuction with the skills training in other MSc modules. The module covers training in fieldwork techniques, communication & research skills, IT & data analysis and professional development.

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    Writing a research proposal
    A presentation for 2 Units in SOES 6018 and SOES 6060, on how to write a successful research proposal. This module aims to ensure that MSc Oceanography, MSc Marine Science, Policy & Law and MSc Marine Resource Management students are equipped with the skills they need to function as professional marine scientists, in addition to / in conjuction with the skills training in other MSc modules. The module covers training in fieldwork techniques, communication & research skills, IT & data analysis and professional development.

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    Applying for PhDs - Some advice for Masters students
    Detailed notes to support Masters students in applications to undertake PhD work. There are specific sections relating to NERC funding as well as UK, EU and non-EU citizens.

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    Data collection and analysis
    A presentation on the collection and analysis of data taken from SOES 6018. This module aims to ensure that MSc Oceanography, MSc Marine Science, Policy & Law and MSc Marine Resource Management students are equipped with the skills they need to function as professional marine scientists, in addition to / in conjuction with the skills training in other MSc modules. The module covers training in fieldwork techniques, communication & research skills, IT & data analysis and professional development.

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