Immature Bass Acoustic Stock Surveillance (I-BASS)
University of Plymouth's Marine Conservation Research Group: I-BASS. Investigating how European bass use nursery areas
University research informs the government’s ambitious plan for conservation
University research at the Marine Protected Area of Lyme Bay has helped to inform Defra's new 25-year conservation plan
Coastal ecosystems being ‘burned’ by double whammy of rising temperatures and ocean acidification
Researchers have published two new studies showing the combined effects that rising temperatures and ocean acidification are having on coastal environments
BIO-PLASTIC-RISK: biodegradable bioplastics – assessing environmental risk
BIO-PLASTIC-RISK: biodegradable bioplastics – assessing environmental risk. Research will establish the fate of Biodegradable bioplastics (BBPs) in the environment and their effect on organisms and ecosystem function.
PISCES: a systems analysis approach to reduce plastic waste in Indonesian societies
PISCES: A systems analysis approach to reduce plastic waste in Indonesian societies
"After all this time, I am still constantly blown away by the marine environment."
Academic spotlight: Professor Melanie Austen, Professor of Ocean and Society
Scientists use acoustic tracking of marine predators to assess positive impacts of offshore mussel farms
University of Plymouth news: A new research project has been launched that will use acoustic tracking to explore the importance of offshore aquaculture and Marine Protected Areas on commercially important species.
University of Plymouth awarded the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for world-leading microplastics research
The University has been presented with the Queen's Anniversary Prize for its pioneering research on microplastics pollution in the oceans and its impact on the environment and changing behaviour.
Marine expert invited to join new Defra science advisory group
University of Plymouth news: Dr Abigail McQuatters-Gollop has been appointed to a new panel that will help inform Defra policy.