The eggs associated with Easter are usually those of chickens (or made of chocolate!). But this is a time to celebrate new life and the coming of spring; and for ABPmer, that means reflecting on lifecycles in the marine environment.
Read the latest issue of our quarterly E-zine, including: using colour in GIS maps, and how to determine airgaps for jack-up survivability.
ABPmer’s topic-led LinkedIn groups provide a place to discuss the challenges of managing, developing, protecting and operating in the marine environment.
In view of the of the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, we would like to assure clients of our business continuity actions during this time.
GIS colour tools help produce attractive maps whilst accurately conveying information. How to we determine whether or not they should be used?
As the Solent Forum moves to the critical Phase 3 (delivery), how do the findings and implications of Phase 2 inform how we can pursue more restoration work in the Solent or anywhere else?
How should jack-up operators determine the appropriate airgap when faced with varying environmental loads?
Numerical models are sophisticated decision-support tools, but can be time consuming and not needed in every situation. How do we ensure the use of the right tools at the right time?