The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust: ‘The Quagga mussel, identified by scientists as the number one most dangerous alien species of mollusc, has been found at Wraysbury Reservoir near Heathrow Airport. In the United States, the mussel is threatening to bring the Hoover Dam to a standstill and cut off water to Las Vegas. The Hoover […]

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Edited by Chris Williams of MSEP/NEF this newsletter is goldmine of information. The October edition contains over 50 items – factsheets, publications, events and training courses with a strong emphasis on fisheries management and natural resources. For example: A workshop on the European & maritime fisheries Fund in November Factsheets on the socio-economics of many […]

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‘British Coastal Art 1770-1930’   by Robin McInnes     Having worked in the field of coastal management for many years few are better placed than geologist, coastal scientist and marine art historian, Professor Robin McInnes OBE, to write a history of British coastal art. In his latest book he has undertaken a major review […]

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