Learn how GPS tagging supports waterbird monitoring research across Southampton Water.
The asymptotic steepness method is effective for obtaining extreme wave periods, but there is a potential trip hazard.
How does masterplanning help a port prepare for future change? Our White Paper for the British Ports Association explores this important practice.
Find out how mapping the value of shipping cargo flows can be used to improve the evidence base for marine plan policies.
ABPmer report demonstrates the economic and social value of SUDG marine sectors and assesses of the impacts on natural capital assets and ecosystem services.
Round 4 bidders face a complex site selection challenge. Some constraints are well understood but others are so far untested for the offshore wind industry.
Under our changing global climate, the European Shelf may find itself increasingly exposed to downstream impacts from tropical cyclones and intensifying extratropical storms.
When deciding the best vessel configuration for your marine project, how can regional characterisation help you understand the processes controlling the local climate where you want to work?