Marine and Coastal

Profile

Nick Corne is Director of Environment and Consenting at NIRAS, with responsibility for oversight of the company’s environmental projects across Asia in the offshore market. In this role, Nick is...

News

We are pleased to announce that we are now officially a partner of the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development, whose vision is to develop scientific knowledge, build...
Do you work in marine and coastal science? Would you like to share your passion for the coast with the public?  The entire English coastline is about to become accessible for the first time...

Event

The momentous decision by the UK in 2016 to leave the EU was met with celebration by many in the fishing industry. However, since then the reality and complexity of the UK’s situation has...
Increasing the margins of mudflat, reedbed and saltmarsh along the edges of hardened, urbanised estuaries is what the Estuary Edges project is about. In the case study estuary, the Tidal Thames,...
UK seagrasses are under increasing strain and in an unfavourable state, yet these meadows provide critical ecosystem services. Seagrasses are threatened with annual global losses estimated at 7%. The...
Coral reefs are alive with sound. Fish and invertebrates create a symphony of snaps, whistles, pops, chirps and grunts which they use to communicate, detect danger and food, choose a mate and find a...

Report

We surveyed our members to find out their experiences with COVID-19. This report is intended as a quick overview of how the environmental science sector has been impacted. We explore the impacts on...

Job

Permanent Contract (after a 12 month probationary period).  Member of Port EHS Group reporting to the Chief Executive. Context: Dublin Port is the busiest port in the country with 16,500 annual...
Permanent contract (after a 12 month probationary period).  Member of Port EHS Group reporting to the Chief Executive. Context Dublin Port is the busiest port in the country with 16,500 annual...

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