Spring 2016: project outputs

We have had an exciting couple of months at CBESS working on our end of project outputs; a carbon predication tool for ecosystem managers and a complimentary citizen science app.

IMG_2495The University of St Andrews, Bangor University and the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology have developed ‘The Saltmarsh App’ which will encourage the public to visit their local salt marsh and submit valuable vegetation and soil data. Read more here.



Welsh fieldworkThe team at Bangor University have developed a saltmarsh carbon stock prediction tool aimed at environmental decision makers in the public sector. Data collected during the CBESS field campaigns and during field work in Wales contributed to the tool. Read more here.



Salt marsh walking

Dr Tim Stojanovic, University of St Andrews explores the challenges associated with understanding cultural benefits and recreation in the coastal zone. Read more here. 




CBESS members from both the Bangor University and the University of Cambridge engaged the public with saltmarsh science at their respective science festivals. Click on the festival logo to read more.

Cambridge Science Festival