Marine Conservation Research Group

The Marine Conservation Research Group investigates the consequences of human activity on marine biodiversity and its ecosystem services in order to provide scientific evidence and management advice for the benefit of marine ecosystems and society.

Within the group, there are several units working in key areas of marine conservation:

Marine conservation news

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University awarded £1.6 million to support sustainable fishing of critical species

The funding, from the government’s £100m UK Seafood Fund, will focus on pollack, sharks, skates, rays and black bream

13 December 2022