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Sustainability Night at ABPmer


Today (March 22) is World Water Day. A day officially designated by the United Nations General Assembly to raise awareness and tackle the water crisis being faced by over 663 million people living without a safe supply close to home. 

NEW! North West Europe tide and surge hindcast available


We are delighted to announce that our recently created NW Europe tide and surge model and database are now being used in all our SEASTATES services.

Tidal lagoons; time to launch a new industry


The publication of the Hendry Review in January 2017 was a significant milestone for renewable energy in the UK; maybe even for the world but that depends on what our government does next.

25 years of marine habitat creation in the UK


Did you know it is now more than 25 years since the first managed realignment was carried out in the UK; the Northey Island project on the Blackwater Estuary in 1991?

EA Flood and Coast Conference 2017


With just under four weeks to go, we are getting ready for the 2017 Flood and Coast Conference convened by the Environment Agency taking place in Telford from 28-30 March 2017.

Surveying the Lower Otter Estuary with USV


The ABPmer Survey Team recently used a specialist unmanned surface vehicle (USV) to collect bathymetric data in the Otter Estuary. The survey was done as part of our work with CH2M, the Environment Agency and Clinton Devon Estates for the Lower Otter Restoration Project (LORP).

10 things you might not know about the UK Port Marine Safety Code


The Port Marine Safety Code sets a national standard for all aspects of port marine safety. Its aim is to enhance safety for everyone who uses or works in the UK port marine environment.

Social and economic importance of fisheries - IIFET conference outputs published


The outputs from the session organised and chaired by Suzannah Walmsley, fisheries specialist at ABPmer, at the International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade (IIFET) conference in Aberdeen (11-15 July 2016) have now been published.


Rupert Malins


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