This is the third in a series of short blogs focussing on Cefas’ fisheries science work in partnership with the fishing industry. Cefas Scientist, Jon Elson, who is responsible for the Cefas commercial catch sampling programme, is the next of …
This is the second in a series of short blogs focussing on Cefas’ fisheries science work in partnership with the fishing industry. Cefas Scientist, Rebecca Skirrow, who is the technical lead on Cefas’ Scientific Remote Electronic Monitoring (REM) Programme, is …
Cefas project lead, Dr Paul Whomersley: The oceans are rich and wondrous, hosting diverse wildlife and incredible species beneath the surface. But at a time when ocean resilience and productivity are declining, it is more important than ever to look …
To protect the health of our seas and oceans, we need to understand the level and impact of human pressures, such as fisheries, contaminants and eutrophication.
An underwater mountain double the height of the UK’s Ben Nevis has been added to a global map of the seafloor.
More than 2 years after Henderson Island was found to have the 'world's highest’ recorded density of plastic rubbish scientists returned for another research expedition last June
A group of scientists visited Tarawa, Kiribati, to carry out a vital water quality survey
Last month scientists travelled to the world’s remotest inhabited island to survey the marine environment.
Today is international women’s day! In celebration of the annual event we’re learning more about some of the female scientists in Cefas.
Find out what the team will be doing to study some of the remotest marine environments on Earth.