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ShellEye News (September 2016)

07 September 2016

Filming with funders

24 August 2016
The media teams from ShellEye's funders, Biotechnology and Biological Science Research Council (BBSRC) and Natural Environment Research Council (NERC), joined a ShellEye fieldwork trip to film ShellEye activities for a short video.

Closer look at coastal pollution in a bay with weak tidal currents

23 August 2016
ShellEye scientist Carlos Campos, from Centre for Environment, Fisheries & Aquaculture Science (Cefas) explains how ShellEye is developing a better understanding of abundance and distribution of bacteria in coastal waters.

Cruising the Clyde update

22 August 2016
Prof. Keith Davidson of SAMS gives an update on the Clyde sampling cruises.

Short-term forecasts for marine biotoxins are now being tested

22 August 2016
Dr Jamie Shutler, from the University of Exeter, explains the progress that has been made with forecasting biotoxins.


22 August 2016
Dr Wiebke Schmidt, from the University of Exeter, gives an account of the re-deployment of ShellEye sampling equipment after Storm Imogen.

Observing harmful algal blooms from space

22 August 2016
Dr Andrey Kurekin and Dr Hayley Evers-King, both Earth Observation scientists at PML, give an update on their progress with satellite monitoring.

First bulletin sent to targeted industry partners for feedback

18 August 2016
The first set of bulletins have been sent to a small group of test stakeholders for their feedback.

Global per capita fish consumption rises above 20 kilograms a year

07 July 2016
Interview with Manuel Barange, the Director of the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Fisheries and Aquaculture Policy and Resources Division.
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