University helps UK Overseas Territory become sanctuary for wildlife
Professor of Deep-Sea Ecology Kerry Howell and PhD candidate Amelia Bridges, from the University of Plymouth, have helped the world’s most remote inhabited island to become a sanctuary for wildlife
Marine Protected Areas
University of Plymouth's Marine Conservation Research Group: Marine Protected Areas.
University contributes to government review on marine protected areas
Marine scientists from the University of Plymouth have contributed to the Benyon Review, a major UK Government report into the potential benefits of highly protected marine areas
Cats of the sea – ‘laser chasers’ offer insights into territorial behaviour of wild fishes
The University of Plymouth has led research into the behaviour of wild fishes as part of its ongoing monitoring of the Lyme Bay Marine Protected Area