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Fishing in the Data Lake

A Data Lake is a (potentially huge) repository of data collected for future reuse. In classical data analytics, data was curated for storage in data warehouses, which support the core analysis tasks of an organization. Read more

Emergent constraints on Earths future climate

Project Background . The general circulation models (GCMs) used to make projections of future climate change are vitally important to inform climate mitigation and adaptation strategies, but are also invaluable tools for testing hypotheses about the functioning of the Earth System. Read more

Effective monitoring of deep-sea fauna using towed cameras

Project Rationale. Responsible environmental monitoring is fundamental to understanding and protecting marine environments and the sustainable development of marine resources, such as deep-sea mining, offshore oil and gas, or renewables. Read more

Quantifying the status and success on restored native oyster Ostrea edulis beds in the Solent

Project Rationale. Globally, the restoration of ostreid bivalves is gaining momentum. In European waters the native oyster Ostrea edulis is the focus of extensive restoration efforts and in the Solent, Blue Marine Foundation (BLUE) have been leading the restoration of native oysters since 2015. Read more

Scale dependency of benthic biodiversity and ecosystem functioning

Project Rationale. Marine ecosystems and the societal services they support are currently experiencing dramatic alterations due to direct and indirect human impacts such as overfishing, pollution, habitat modification and anthropogenic climate change. Read more

Marine Mammal Ecotoxicology

Exposure to persistent organic pollutants such has been shown to cause reproductive failure in wild seals and other aquatic mammal species and endocrine disruptive toxic mechanisms are believed to be involved. Read more
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