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Coastal and Marine Research and Discovery

The Coastal Marine Field Station is engaged in a growing number of research programmes focused on marine biology and coastal processes.

Areas of research include:

  • Marine biodiversity
  • Marine biodiscovery
  • Marine ecology
  • Ecotoxicology
  • Biological invasions
  • Human impacts on marine ecosystems
  • Coastal erosion
  • Sediment stability
  • Environmental monitoring
  • Hydrodynamics
  • Aquaculture
  • Conservation biology
  • Biophysical coupling
  • The Coastal Marine Field Station has access to some incredible marine life.
    Photo courtesy of Tracey Bates

  • Photo courtesy of Tracey Bates

  • Photo courtesy of Tracey Bates

  • Photo courtesy of Tracey Bates

  • Seal
    Photo courtesy of Tracey Bates

  • Nudibranchs and eggs.
    Photo courtesy of Tracey Bates

  • Diver from the Coastal Marine Field Station

  • Photo courtesy of Tracey Bates

  • Photo courtesy of Tracey Bates

  • Photo courtesy of Tracey Bates

  • Photo courtesy of Tracey Bates

Featured Researcher

Dr Julia Mullarney
Coastal Hydrodynamics

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