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The issues surrounding derelict vessels are a growing concern for many ports and local authorities. We consider the risks associated with derelict vessels, and what can be done.
Why native oyster restoration is important, and what success will look like.
NEWS: Novel studies to inform moat management at Tilbury Fort
Our 40-year hindcast database is used for site characterisation, engineering design and operational planning.
The MCA is consulting on draft regulations to implement the Ballast Water Management Convention; what will this mean for the maritime sector?
Coastal and Marine GIS13 - 15 July 2021
Marine Accident and Incident Investigation14 - 15 September 2021
What are the links between climate change and marine invasive non-native species (INNS), and how can we manage the threat of INNS?
Why adaptive management is the means to addressing impact uncertainty in consenting decisions.
Following the end of the Brexit transition period, our latest White Paper explores what the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement has to say on fisheries.
It’s the start of basking shark season, when one of Europe’s most widely protected sharks visit British waters.
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