While the Arctic faces rapid warming and less sea ice currently covers the Arctic Ocean than ever before at this time of the year, an international partnership launches a major project to improve our detailed understanding of the processes and impacts of this changing climate.
ShellEye; a research project using satellites to monitor marine conditions and provide a state-of-the-art, cost-effective water quality bulletin service for shellfish farmers, has made great progress and now moves into its testing phase,
This is a great time of year to eat mussels and customers have been ordering steady volumes of mussels over the past few weeks. This means harvesting has been busy and a lot of mussels are away to market.
This event has been arranged to give you the chance to see the Education facilities at SAMS, UHI and hear, first hand, what students and staff say about studying, research and the opportnities studying at SAMS-UHI can offer you.
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