“Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less.”

Marie Curie

Scientific Research is an essential part of what we do. Science provides the factual evidence you need to develop policy and identify solutions to many of the issues facing the oceans.  As well as conducting our own research projects we also support numerous other scientific research studies around the world that can help make a contribution to our knowledge and ultimately help towards protecting the ocean for future generations. You can find out more by clicking on the links below.

Public perception towards the Chichester Harbour AONB management plan

Microplastics – Perceptions and attitudes of recreational users of Langstone Harbour

Perceptions of coastal communities towards microplastics

Factors affecting the occurrence of Microplastics in Langstone Harbour

Recreational diver perceptions of effects on the marine environment

Studies into Microplastics and Mesoplastics in Cochin, Kerala

MSC Zoe Project

Identification of Beaked Whale Habitats

Understanding the success of voluntary marine conservation

Changing attitudes towards sustainable seafood

Assessment of Microplastics in Mussels in the Solent Area

Chichester Harbour plastic

Microplastic Survey Comparative Study

The Big Microplastic Survey