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ShellEye Annual Science Meeting

Update
16 March 2018
In March 2018 ShellEye held its 4th Annual Science Meeting in Plymouth. This highly useful gathering of ShellEye participants offers the opportunity to discuss the science, possible challenges and development of the service in greater detail.   

ShellEye News (December 2017)

Update
20 December 2017

Ground-truthing for satellites

Update
12 December 2017
Dr Callum Whyte, from the Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS), summarises how they have been validating satellite data for the identification of target algal species.

Cruising the Clyde: new publication

Update
11 December 2017
Prof. Keith Davidson, from the Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS), provides an update on the Scottish Clyde Sea sampling cruise.

Working with the National Lobster Hatchery

Update
06 December 2017
Dr Carly Daniels of the National Lobster Hatchery summerises the collaboration between ShellEye and the Lobster Grower 2 project.

E.coli and biotoxin forecasting

Update
01 December 2017
Drs Jamie Shutler and Wiebke Schmidt, ShellEye scientists from the University of Exeter, provide an update on the development of the E.coli and biotoxin model forecasts.

Meet OLCI: the newest set of eyes in the sky for shellfish aquaculture monitoring

Update
30 November 2017
Drs Hayley Evers-King and Andrey Kurekin, Earth Observation scientists at Plymouth Marine Laboratory, provide a summary of their work on analysing trends in harmful algal bloom (HAB) occurrences.

Leveraging 10 years of satellite data to support marine insurance and decision making

Update
30 November 2017
Drs Hayley Evers-King, Peter Miller and Andrey Kurekin, Earth Observation scientists at Plymouth Marine Laboratory, provide a summary of their work on analysing trends in harmful algal bloom (HAB) occurrences.

Note from the Principal Investigator

Update
29 November 2017
Dr Peter Miller, from Plymouth Marine Laboratory and ShellEye's Principal Investigator, summerises the progress made so far on Phase 2 of the ShellEye project.
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