Marine Scotland Communications

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Ah, the humble chip!

7th June 2019

It’s National Fish and Chip day! Whilst we deal with the fish side of it, we decided to ask one of our potato-boffin colleagues in Science and Advice for Scottish Agriculture, Dr Alex Reid, to give us his opinion on the best potato to make chips and the optimum way to make them. Question is,…

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Engaging the Fishing Industry in Marine Environmental Survey and Monitoring – Part 2

30th April 2019

Marine Scotland has been leading this EMFF-funded project which is aimed at involving fishing vessels in MPA monitoring. This is a joint project between Marine Scotland and Scottish Natural Heritage. The project is managed by Seascope Fisheries Research Ltd, with Charlotte Johnston of Crangon Ltd providing monitoring survey expertise. This is the second in a…

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Researching Blue Carbon – meet Connie Nutbrown

3rd April 2019

Last December, we told you about a new Scottish Government funded research programme into Blue Carbon which started in early 2017 as part of a commitment in the 2017-2018 Programme for Government. The current focus of the programme revolves around measuring the ability of various habitats to sequester carbon, understanding how it is stored for…

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Researching Blue Carbon – meet Dani Whitlock

27th March 2019

Last December, we told you about a new Scottish Government funded research programme into Blue Carbon which started in early 2017 as part of a commitment in the 2017-2018 Programme for Government. The current focus of the programme revolves around measuring the ability of various habitats to sequester carbon, understanding how it is stored for…

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Engaging the Fishing Industry in Marine Environmental Survey and Monitoring

24th January 2019

Marine Scotland has been involved with this EMFF-funded project which is aimed at involving fishing vessels in MPA monitoring. This is a joint project between Marine Scotland and Scottish Natural Heritage. The project is managed by Seascope Fisheries Research Ltd, with Charlotte Johnston of Crangon Ltd providing monitoring survey expertise. This is the first in…

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With a little help from our friends

4th December 2018

In this, the last blog of the Year of the Engineer, we wanted to show you a poster that speaks for itself, really. We heard from Matt Kinghorn, one of net riggers and poet extraordinaire, earlier in the year. Today, we bring you another one of his creations that showcases and celebrates their work. All…

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Researching Blue Carbon – meet Alasdair O’Dell

23rd November 2018

A new Scottish Government funded research programme into Blue Carbon began earlier this year as part of a commitment in the 2017-2018 Programme for Government. The current focus revolves around measuring the ability of various habitats to sequester carbon, understanding how it is stored for the long term, and building an evidence base on the…

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Researching Blue Carbon – meet Hannah Lee

16th November 2018

A new Scottish Government funded research programme into Blue Carbon began earlier this year as part of a commitment in the 2017-2018 Programme for Government.  The current focus revolves around measuring the ability of various habitats to sequester carbon, understanding how it is stored for the long term, and building an evidence base on the…

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Researching Blue Carbon – meet Allan Audsley

9th November 2018

A new Scottish Government funded research programme into Blue Carbon began earlier this year as part of a commitment in the 2017-2018 Programme for Government.  The current focus revolves around measuring the ability of various habitats to sequester carbon, understanding how it is stored for the long term, and building an evidence base on the…

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Celebrating the Year of the Engineer with a closer look at our ships

6th November 2018

As we mentioned in our blog in January, 2018 is the Year of the Engineer as well as the Year of the Young Person. Over the course of the year, we’ve been introducing you to some of our incredibly talented engineers, as well as showing your some of their work. This month, as the penultimate…

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