Abstract ‘The impact of potting for crustaceans on temperate rocky reef habitats: Implications for management Multi-use marine protected areas (MPAs) are increasingly designated towards achieving global conservation targets. To develop effective management, the impact of permitted activities must be understood. Potting for shellfish occurs on temperate rocky reefs globally with impact not fully quantified. This […]

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Thanks to Sue Gubbay for giving me the key words ‘Anti-trawling reefs’ and pointing me in the right direction. Greenpeace hasn’t doesn’t done anything new in dropping the boulders in the Dogger Bank SAC. If you type ‘Anti-trawling Reefs’ into your favourite search engine you will see lots of scientific reports on this and their […]

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JNCC ‘Finding solutions to tackle climate change is a key priority for the UK and international community. One emerging area of focus is ‘nature-based solutions’ to and the crucial role to play in taking action on climate adaptation, resilience, mitigation and biodiversity loss. This is why ‘Nature’ is a key theme at the UN Framework […]

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