Publications

  • Pre-Assessment for The East Coast Brown and Pink Shrimp Fisheries –Non –Technical Summary Report

    Pre-Assessment for The East Coast Brown and Pink Shrimp Fisheries –Non –Technical Summary Report

    The Wash, The Humber And The North Norfolk Coast

    Carried out on behalf of the Lynn Shellfish Ltd, John Lake
    Shellfish Ltd and the Eastern IFCA

    Suggested citation for this summary:
    Green, M., Hill, J.M., Pearce, B., Woodcock, T., Earnshaw, S. & Ball, K. 2012. Pre-assessment for the east coast brown and pink shrimp fisheries – Non-Technical Summary Report. Prepared for Lynn Shellfish Ltd, John Lake Shellfish Ltd and Eastern Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority (IFCA). Marine Ecological Surveys Limited, 3 Palace Yard Mews, Bath, BA1 2NH.

     

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  • New record of depth distribution for the cheilostome bryozoan Cauloramphus spinifer

    New record of depth distribution for the cheilostome bryozoan Cauloramphus spinifer
    Emma Delduca

    Abstract

    Cauloramphus spinifer, a cheilostome bryozoan, was found in samples from the Humber Regional Environmental Characterization survey in the North Sea. These records, at a maximum depth of 53.1 m, significantly increase the known depth-range for this species.
     

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  • New UK recordings of the mantis shrimp, Rissoides desmaresti (Crustacea:Stomatopoda), provided by broad-scale mapping projects

    New UK recordings of the mantis shrimp, Rissoides desmaresti (Crustacea:Stomatopoda), provided by broad-scale mapping projects

    Ross Griffin(1), Roger J.H. Herbert(2) and Bryony Pearce(1)
    (1)Marine Ecological Surveys Limited, 3 Palace Yard Mews, Bath, BA1 2NH, UK,
    (2)Centre for Conservation Ecology and Environmental Science, School of Applied Sciences, Bournemouth University, Talbot Campus, Fern Barrow, Poole, UK BH12 5BB

    Marine Biodiversity Records, page 1 of 4. # Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 2011
    doi:10.1017/S1755267211000765; Vol. 4; e80; 2011 Published online

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  • Genus Trait Handbook

    Published by Marine Ecological Surveys Limited 2008.  This publication (excluding logos) may be re-used free of charge in any format or medium for research, for non-commercial purposes, private study or internal circulation within an organisation.  This is subject to it being re-used accurately and not used in a misleading context.  The material must be acknowledged as Marine Ecological Surveys Limited copyright and referenced correctly.

    This publication is now available as an App "MarineLife", the funding for which was presented to MESL by its parent company Gardline Environmental Ltd and has its own website www.genustraithandbook.org.uk

    The correct citation of this publication is:
    Marine Ecological Surveys Limited. 2008.  Marine Macrofauna Genus Trait Handbook.  Marine Ecological Surveys Limited, 24a Monmouth Place,  Bath, BA1 2AY. 184pp. ISBN 978-0-9506920-2-9.

    Funding:

    Preparation and production of this handbook was funded by Defra through the Marine Aggregate Levy Systainability Fund (MALSF) as an extension to the following project:-

    Marine Ecological Surveys Limited 2007.  Predictive framework for assessment of recoverability of marine benthic communities following cessation of aggregate dredging.  Technical Report to the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (CEFAS) and the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra).  Project No MEPF 04/02.  Marine Ecological Surveys Limited, 24a Monmouth Place, Bath, BA1 2AY. pp. 115 + electronic appendices pp.466.

     

    A limited number of the original Handbooks are available at £40.00 per copy.  Please email marine@seasurvey.co.uk for more details.

     

  • Recovery of Benthic Resources following Marine Aggregate Extraction

    Marine Aggregate Levy Sustainability Fund Science Monograph Series Report No 2

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  • Recovery of Seabed Resources Following Marine Aggregate Extraction

    MARINE AGGREGATE LEVY SUSTAINABILITY FUND SCIENCE MONOGRAPH SERIES REPORT NO 2

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