The Weibull distribution is used to extrapolate from available data to gain an insight into the possible magnitude of rare events.
Undertaking an activity or planning a development whether at the coast or further offshore often leads to stepping through a minefield of consents, licences and permissions.
The Environment Agency is launching its Guide to Sediment Budget Analysis at the 2018 Flood and Coast Conference in Telford.
Climate-related impacts on the range and distribution of commercial fish stocks are likely to intensify in the coming decades and will increasingly challenge existing institutions and governance arrangements that are in place to manage associated fisheries.
The 25 year Environment Plan published in January includes a key commitment to embed an ‘environmental net gain’ principle for development, including housing and infrastructure.
Marine biosecurity plans are becoming a recognised tool to protect waters, habitats and infrastructure from the potentially damaging effects of marine invasive non-native species (INNS).
ABPmer’s metocean information service, SEASTATES, is regularly used to provide design criteria, inform weather downtime risk, understand a site of interest or support construction tenders.
Spatial data has an important role within projects, it often provides critical evidence used to inform decision making. However data that is suitable for one application may not be fit for use with another.
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