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.
We are an island nation, and yet we know surprisingly little about parts of our coastline. An appeal to ‘citizen scientists’ hopes to put this right by encouraging us to collect information about our salt marshes to fill in the gaps.
Cultural benefits and recreation in the coastal zone: the valuable but awkward cousin in the Ecosystem Services Framework (ESF).
Bangor University and University of Cambridge have had a very productive winter, in this season’s progress report Bangor are the focus. In the spring we will focus on Cambridge and their experiences of influencing professional stakeholders with CBESS science.
CBESS and the Sea Mammal Research Unit (SMRU) at the University of St Andrews joined forces for the Dundee Science Festival. We spent a fun-filled afternoon at Menzies Community Centre in Dundee. Continue reading
This autumn there has been a lot of activity behind the scenes better understating our data and the story it is telling us. However, we have found the time to leave our desks and talk and engage with fellow researchers and the public.
The CBESS team at the University of St Andrews joined fellow researchers at ResearchLIVE! in St Andrews.
Dr Claire Golléty presents CBESS research at the 5th Estuarine and Coastal Sciences Association conference in London.
CBESS is organising a BESS funded workshop ‘From form to function: statistical approaches to the Biodiversity-Function-Service Chain’
The spring months have mostly been about engagement, but behind the scenes were as busy as ever interrogating data and looking for patterns.