Is there space for nature in the Anthropocene?
Dr Louise Firth's TEDx talk centres on how small-scale engineering interventions can be implemented on seawalls and other artificial marine structures to create suitable habitats for marine life.
Launch of Conservation Evidence Synopsis on Enhancing the Biodiversity of Marine Artificial Structures
Watch a short animation about one of the Conservation Evidence synopses: Enhancing the Biodiversity of Marine Artificial Structures
Invasive species may be important for facilitating native species on marine artificial structures
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BIOBLOCKs show how coastal designs could benefit marine life
Eco-engineering research features in the Science Journal for Teens
Research on the creation of artificial rock pools features in the Science Journal for Teens:
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"I'm really happy with the outcomes of this research. It shows that even simple things like drilling holes in boulders can make a difference for marine life." Ally Evans
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Eco-engineering experiment in Ireland
"We are building lots of artificial structures that are typically featureless, but they don’t have to be that way." Louise Firth
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