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Plymouth
Joined November 2011
We want to better understand the opinions of people working in the area #OffshoreEnergy, particularly around #EnvironmentalImpacts, #Biodiversity and #Marine #NetGain in UK waters. Your opinion matters. Take part here: smartsurvey.co.uk/s/UPCL7D/ / @UKERCHQ #OffshoreWind
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Their HQ in #Townsville is home to their #SeaSim (not dissimilar to PML's own #Mesocosm). The SeaSim supports successful propagation of a range of organisms. Ideally located by the Great Barrier Reef, it has ready access to reproductively fit specimens. Photo credit: Roslyn Budd
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Great work @SophieArmitage_, @danclewley and @PlymouthMarine team - it was a pleasure to be part of this news piece about some truly awesome technology that will hopefully make our oceans better 🌊
Had the amazing opportunity to share the project I have been working on during my placement year at @PlymouthMarine with @BBCSpotlight and @BBCDevon radio. You can view the story on iPlayer at lnkd.in/eq2JQddc, where we discuss our AI model used to detect macroplastics.
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IT-savvy? Top-notch troubleshooter? We're hoping to hire a Junior IT Support Technician. The role could perfect for someone looking to gain experience and grow their skills. Find out more and apply here: pml.kallidusrecruit.com/Vaca… #Plymouth #PlymouthJobs #JobsInPlymouth
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Our very own Dr @DrAnaQueiros and Professor @Steve_Swi will be hosting the following sessions at @eccwo: The 5th 'Effects of Climate Change on the World's Oceans' Symposium. Sessions are now open for abstracts, find out more here: pml.ac.uk/Events/Effects-of-… // #ECCWO5
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Last chance to apply! #EnvironmentalEconomist position at PML's Sea and Society (SaS) group. SaS is the largest marine-focused, social science research group in Europe! Join us and make a real difference: pml.kallidusrecruit.com/Vaca…
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As we experience another #UKHeatwave, new research sheds light on how freshwater ecosystems, such as lakes, could be impacted by rising temperatures bit.ly/3AjF93i #ClimateChange #RemoteSensing #EarthObservation
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Increased temps can accelerate algal growth & with enough nutrients, may lead to ‘algal blooms’. Blooms can have significant social, economic & ecological impacts, inc. negative effects on water quality, human health, wildlife, tourism, food webs, ecosystem processes & habitats.
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Plymouth Marine Lab retweeted
Had the amazing opportunity to share the project I have been working on during my placement year at @PlymouthMarine with @BBCSpotlight and @BBCDevon radio. You can view the story on iPlayer at lnkd.in/eq2JQddc, where we discuss our AI model used to detect macroplastics.
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Plymouth Marine Lab retweeted
EcoNex, a new project from @PlymouthMarine & @AberdeenUni, has been awarded @UKERCHQ funding. They will work with #renewable industries like #OffshoreWind to understand trade-offs between #ClimateChange & the multiple uses of #marine natural resources 👉 buff.ly/3PbjNZQ
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Plymouth Marine Lab retweeted
Today is #WorldKrillDay, the first of its kind! Learn more about the tiny crustaceans whose numbers are sadly declining 🇦🇶👇🦐
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Delighted 2 share our new paper on "smell" of #algae published in Biological Reviews @WileyEcolEvol Algal volatiles – the overlooked chemical language of aquatic primary producers Fab #collaboration wid @aquafink @UFZ_de #chemicalecology @PlymouthMarine @PMLPapers
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Today marks the first ever #WorldKrillDay. It's good to see krill being recognised for its vital role in ecosystems across the world. Last year, a team led by PML’s Professor Martin Edwards revealed a 50% decline in krill in the North Atlantic basin over the last 60 years.
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👆He said: “We also do not currently know the full ecological ramifications of this dramatic decline in krill but they would presumably have had major consequences for the rest of the marine food-web & will have important implications for ongoing fisheries in the North Atlantic.”
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Another #ComputerModelling job - last chance to apply! This role will develop and apply coupled biogeochemical-hydrodynamic high-resolution models primarily based on #FVCOM to address a wide range of environmental issues, from renewables, to pollution: pml.kallidusrecruit.com/Vaca…
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