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SMMR Annual Conference 2024

Focusing on the delivery of tools and interventions to inform policy, regulation and management, this conference will be held as a hybrid event from 14th – 16th May 2024. For those

Annual Conference Breakdown

Back in May, the SMMR-Net community gathered in the M-Shed, Bristol, for three days of networking, workshops, and networking. We gathered attendees thoughts on how engaging the conference was, it’s

How ‘ocean literate’ is the SMMR-Net community?

Ocean Literacy is a growing concept within the marine world, with the UN Ocean Decade recently shining a spotlight on the term. The SMMR-funded Diverse Marine Values project aims to

Diverse Marine Values Project Explores Coastal Values In Shetland

The Diverse Marine Values Project has produced a documentary exploring the values of the sea and coast to Shetland’s local community. This SMMR-funded project called upon a range of different

SMMR Webinar Series Returns!

The SMMR Webinar Series has made a grand return for 2023, with lots to look forward to on the agenda. Want to hear from experts throughout the SMMR community? The

New project awarded by NERC

Two SMMR PIs have collaborated to win a new NERC-funded project to form the ‘Solent to Sussex Bay Seascape Restoration Network’. The project was funded through of the NERC ‘Integrating

Embedding NZOC Within Digitally Enabled Ocean Science

Embedding NZOC Within Digitally Enabled Ocean Science Time/Location: 09:30-12:30 Friday 25 November 2022, Zoom The National Oceanography Centre is hosting the Embedding NZOC within Digitally Enabled Ocean Science workshop on behalf of NERC

Contributions to OWEER V4 requested by Friday 11th November

Contributions to OWEER V4 requested by Friday 11th November JNCC and Defra are currently collecting information for the fourth version Offshore Wind Environmental Evidence Register (OWEER), a register of environmental evidence gaps

Webinar: The Economics of Biodiversity Programme

NERC and ESRC invite researchers, businesses, non-governmental organisations and policymakers with an interest in the economics of biodiversity to attend an online event for the Economics of Biodiversity programme on

Event: Sounding Scotland’s Waters, 1800-1900: History, Literature, Science

‘Sounding Scotland’s Waters, 1800-1900: History, Literature, Science’ is a series of workshops aiming to establish interdisciplinarity between researchers working across marine, arts, & humanities. Through a series of workshops and


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