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Join the conversation: ABPmer LinkedIn groups

ABPmer’s topic-led LinkedIn groups provide a place to discuss the challenges of managing, developing, protecting and operating in the marine environment. Have you joined one?


Whether you are looking at managing, developing, protecting or operating in the marine environment it’s complex and challenging.

ABPmer’s topic-led LinkedIn groups provide a place for interested parties to discuss subjects that matter to them.

Read on to find out more and contribute to the conversation on:

  • Meteorology and oceanography
  • Managed realignment and habitat creation
  • Marine net gain

Meteorology and oceanography

The Metocean Science group is open to all those involved in the theory and practical application of metocean data, as well as those simply with an interest in the topic. The aim of the group is to provide a platform for interesting and stimulating discussion, and to encourage the sharing of knowledge and experience.

Run by: Ian Wade, ABPmer Metocean Subject Matter Expert

Click here to join the ABPmer Metocean Science LinkedIn Group.

Click here to join the ABPmer Metocean Science LinkedIn Group

Managed realignment and habitat creation

Managed Realignment and Habitat Creation on Estuaries and Coasts is designed to share experiences, data and ideas about coastal and estuarine realignment and habitat creation projects. The group is open to project managers, policymakers, ecologists, conservationists, and anyone with an interest in the subject. 

Run by: Colin Scott, ABPmer Habitat Creation and Restoration Specialist

Click here to join our Managed Realignment and Habitat Creation LinkedIn Group

Click here to join the ABPmer Managed Realignment and Habitat Creation Group

Marine net gain

Marine Environmental Net Gain is a discussion group around the application of the Defra Biodiversity Metric 2.0 to the marine environment, to support to support the restoration of natural marine habitats and reverse biodiversity decline. Anyone working in the marine environment or simply curious about the topic is welcome to join.

Run by Vicky West, ABPmer Marine Ecologist

Click here to join the Marine Environmental Net Gain Group

Click here to join the ABPmer Marine Environmental Net Gain LinkedIn Group