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Detecting microbiological events

Update
27 November 2015
Carlos Campos, member of the ShellEye project team and Cefas scientist, explains how ShellEye is investigating how satellite may be used to help detect microbiological events in coastal waters.

ShellEye article in The Grower (pages 14+15)

Media Article
20 November 2015

Cruising the Clyde

Update
12 November 2015
SAMS PhD student, Ruth Paterson, gives an account of the recent sampling expedition around the Firth of Clyde.

Global recognition for ShellEye partner's Earth Observation science

Press Release
06 November 2015
This week the relevance of Plymouth Marine Laboratory's (PML) Earth Observation science has been recognised on a global scale through the launch of a new report ‘Applications of Satellite Earth Observations: Serving Society, Science & Industry’.

(Shell)Eye in the sky

Update
23 October 2015
Dr Hayley Evers-King (ShellEye scientist from Plymouth Marine Laboratory) gives an account of working with satellites to study the ocean...

Deploy the buoys

Update
23 October 2015
On Wednesday 7th October 2015 the ShellEye team members from the University of Exeter successfully deployed a mooring close to one of the project partners’ shellfish farm. Dr Wiebke Schmidt (ShellEye scientist from the University of Exeter) summarises the deployment mission...
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