On at the Orkney Museum, Kirkwall is the new exhibition from 4th of May until 2nd of November, as part of #Scapa100.
UB116 Talk at Stromness Museum #Scapa100
Simon’s use of underwater photogrammetry allows him to, ” explore the wreck without getting wet and to share it with you”. And he did.
HMS Pheasant (1917): The Making of a Documentary
The Orkney News intends to make a documentary film telling the individual stories of those who died, what impact their loss had on their friends and families and why it is important that their sacrifice is remembered today.
Pegal Bay, Scapa Flow and Chemicals in the Marine Environment
The application also seeks to use Slice and ‘sea lice bath treatments Azamethiphos, Cypermethrin and Deltamethrin.’
Seeking the Relatives of Those Who Witnessed or Were on Board The German High Fleet Scuttled in Scapa Flow
A 100 years on from the scuttling of the German fleet in Scapa Flow Orkney commemorations will be held on Midsummer’s Day 2019 to mark the event and remember the 15 German lives lost.
Consultation Launched on the Designation of Scapa Flow as an Historic Marine Protected Area (HMPA).
A consultation has been launched seeking views from the public on the designation of the Scapa Flow as an Historic Marine Protected Area (HMPA).
Marking “a significant milestone for marine archaeological heritage in Scapa Flow”
Archaeology Results Published Online
All Aboard The Jellicoe Express
Robert Foden gave a fascinating and extremely well researched talk on Tuesday the 12th of February on the role of the Jellicoe Express.
A Very Busy Year for Orkney’s Marine Services
” In the past three years, over £11,400,000 has been transferred from operating surpluses into the Council’s reserves”
“The biggest negative effect” was “on the crustacean abundance and richness.” SEPA Fish Farm Report
“Scottish salmon farm medicine is significantly impacting local marine environments which increases the now substantial weight of scientific evidence that the existing approaches do not adequately protect marine life.”