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An opportunity to work with the BBC on its Beach Live: Jurassic Coast Revealed, gave Sonardyne’s Andy Marsh a chance to trial and prove an idea he’s...

Sea Grant team makes oil spill science user-friendly for gulf audiences and beyond.

After returning from a trade mission to St Martin, Aleksandra Dragozet, CEO of Sea Going Green, shares her vision of how the storm-ravaged island...

For the last 15 years, biologist Dr. Laurent Chauvaud has been recording underwater noise in challenging environments ranging from the Brittany...

A brief survey of some of the latest practices and technologies used in ocean & coastal citizen science.

Patricia Stapleton from Plymouth State University introduces us to a peer reviewed module for teaching societal risk and resilience.

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