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The Fish Health Inspectorate (FHI) have found Koi herpesvirus (KHV) disease in fish at the following sites in England and Wales
Oyster herpesvirus (OsHV-1 µvar) disease outbreak confirmed in River Teign and River Exe (including surrounding coastline)
Pioneering research set to curb harmful threats to marine biodiversity
The UK will continue as Chair of the Global Ocean Alliance as it calls for more ambition to meet the 30by30 ocean pledge.
Information about the workshop on response to marine pollution delivered with Peruvian authorities on September 2022.
A world-first method for catching scallops has been developed using funding from the Government’s Seafood Innovation Fund.
Environmental organisations have joined forces to investigate why thousands of dead crabs and lobsters have washed up along the North East coast.
Skippers and crew members have successfully completed their specialist training to catch, tag and release Atlantic Bluefin Tuna.
New research on sea angling in the UK for 2018 and 2019 released.
Cefas scientists will be supporting new programmes to work with international and UK partners to tackle marine pollution and support adoption of sustainable seafood practices.
Cefas scientists support Sri Lanka in response to X-press Pearl Pollution incident.
The ocean wildlife and diverse ecosystems of the UK Overseas Territories (UKOTs) will soon be more visible than ever thanks to pioneering work to establish a major network of underwater camera deployments.
UKHO announces Marico Marine as the winners of their latest challenge as part of the ADMIRALTY Marine Innovation Programme.
Marine science agency's new Chief Executive takes the helm.
The government has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the International Council of the Exploration of the Sea
Innovators are invited to identify how marine geospatial data can be used to find suitable sites for offshore wind, tidal stream and wave energy infrastructure
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