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I'm a leading marine scientist with more than 20 years experience in planning and implementing monitoring programmes for assessing the impact of chemical contaminants in the marine environment. I'm currently Group Manager of Environment and Animal Health at Cefas
Cefas, working in partnership with the Kuwait Environment Public Authority (KEPA), has just completed an extensive monitoring programme to assess the impact of sewage and industrial effluent discharged into Kuwait’s marine environment.
In a series of blog posts we will be showcasing some of the science recently published by Cefas scientists.
So one day on the game is a foot, the game being to guess what the weather may do and attempt to stay one step ahead of it, but more of that later.
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- Strengthening Sri Lanka’s preparedness to respond to oiled wildlife emergencies
- The power of plankton: Advancing our understanding of the role and value of plankton as marine natural capital
- Safeguarding Global Coral Trade: The Power of a New Visual Guide for Border Inspections
- Expanding the concept of 'blue carbon’: Cefas science on coastal ecosystems and their role in tackling climate change
- Collaboration and progress through Cefas’ Climate, Health, and Environment Resilience Programme in the Middle East