ERASMUS+ has been one of the most effective programmes initiated by the EU.
“If we remove some of the hardware, how will we affect the distribution of key species?” Dr Jo Porter
“Kelp plays a critical role in the Atlantic, so it is important to understand what affects its distribution and survival over time and how sensitive it is to change.” Dr Andrew Want, ICIT, Heriot Watt, Stromness
Students attend who come from Orkney but also from across the world especially the EU.
The Robert Rendall Building in Stromness (aka the Old Primary School) opened its doors to the public on Saturday 26th of October.
Marine scientists in Orkney have successfully trialled a new method for investigating the fertility of the European lobster, one of the country’s most valuable catches.
Science Seminar at ICIT, Stromness, 2.30pm – 3.30pm
For 4 years Ghost Fishing UK have been coming to Scapa Flow, Orkney, to remove lost or discarded fishing gear and other materials littering the sea bed
A sustainable and responsible fishing industry is what it is all about at Orkney Fisheries Association.
SNH and the RSPB are currently focusing on the areas where the stoats which are presently on the Orkney Mainland