South West innovators collaborate to develop enhanced solutions for seagrass monitoring
The University of Plymouth is working with HydroSurv and Valeport on a new technique to monitor temporal changes in seagrass coverage in our rivers and ocean
Blue Carbon Artist in Residence aims to strengthen links between city and sea
University of Plymouth news: The University is leading a new project through which the UK’s first Blue Carbon Artist in Residence will aim to engage local residents and visitors with the wonders of the marine environment.
Moving fish farms enables seagrass meadows to thrive, study shows
University of Plymouth news: Commercial fish farms should be moved away from seagrass meadows in order for both to thrive in the future, according to new research led by the University.
Developing autonomous technology to assess condition of seagrass beds
University of Plymouth news: A collaboration between HydroSurv Unmanned Survey (UK) Limited and the University of Plymouth, funded by Innovate UK, will develop autonomous technology to assess condition of seagrass beds.
Experiments aid in the restoration of seagrass in Plymouth Sound
University of Plymouth news: Tests in our COAST Laboratory have looked at how seagrass planting units are influenced by hydrodynamic forces.
The effect of seagrass meadows on sediment dynamics and shoreline stability through modifications of waves and tidal flows
University of Plymouth Coastal Processes Research Group (CPRG): The effect of seagrass meadows on sediment dynamics and shoreline stability through modifications of waves and tidal flows
Research reveals full extent of seagrass beds in Looe Bay
Students from the University of Plymouth have led new research showing that seagrass beds in Looe Bay, on the South Cornwall coast, are among the largest such habitats in the whole of Devon and Cornwall.