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Issue 31: Derelict vessels, native oyster restoration, NE Asia metocean information

Read the latest issue of the ABPmer E-zine, including: exploring the problem of derelict vessels, native oyster restoration: what success will look like, and the newest update to our metocean information service.


The latest ABPmer E-zine is now available, delivering our latest insights, news, training courses and other stories.

In this issue:

  • Solving the problem of derelict vessels
  • Restoring the UK's native oyster
  • SEASTATES: enhanced metocean information available for Northeast Asia
  • What will the BWM Convention regulations mean for the maritime sector?
  • The links between invasive non-native species and climate change
  • Consenting decisions: is it time we adapted to uncertainty?
  • White Paper: Brexit - thoughts on fisheries from a UK perspective

Read these stories and more in the ABPmer E-zine, Issue 31.

Past issues

Explore more issues of our E-zine below, or view our full archive.

Issue 30

In this issue:

  • Planning for offshore wind in Scottish waters
  • The importance and value of blue carbon in Welsh seas
  • White Paper: Delivering Net Gain - more than just a metric is needed
  • 3D visuals: communicating estate redevelopment potential
  • Marine ecological survey calendar
  • Dedicated survey services website launch
  • Making landfall: the view from the shore

Read Issue 30

Issue 29

In this issue:

  • GIS maps: to colour, or not to colour?
  • How should jack-up operators determine the appropriate airgap?
  • Numerical modelling: how do we pick the right tools at the right time?
  • Welsh Government surveys: a surprising discovery
  • Climate change report: UK transport and infrastructure
  • Solent Forum and the future of coastal habitat restoration
  • White Paper: Offshore wind expansion and the challenges of Article 6(4)

Read Issue 29