Posted on Dec 9, 2020
The Marine Biological Association (MBA) based in Plymouth, UK wishes to advertise an opportunity to supply and install aquarium equipment in separate lots for 12 single unit aquaria. We are looking for suppliers to provide some or all of the equipment listed below:
Lot 1: Rectangular Aquaria Tanks of approximately 1000-1400 L volume capacity, with a minimum 90 cm depth, insulated or non-insulated. Lot 1 budget £7,500.00, 11% total budget
Lot 2: Aquarium computer controllers (monitor and modify water quality by use of probes and operating float switches, valves and other equipment) with pH electrode, redox sensors, conductivity electrode, salinity and temperature sensors – expandable to include oxygen probes....
Posted on Dec 8, 2020
YMB Writing ChallengeTips: We are looking for essays that are well researched, imaginative, thought-provoking and which offer us an insight into your personal views and hopes for the future of the ocean. We’d like to get a sense for why the ocean matters to you. You can write in any style; you can be serious, or funny, or a mixture of both. Think of how you can grab the...
Posted on Nov 25, 2020
Posted on Nov 23, 2020
Remember: we want the YMB blog to be written by you, for you! If you've got something you'd like to write about, or another contribution that you'd like to share with other YMBs, please get in contact by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org ! We love to hear your stories about everything marine.1. The 4th YMB Summit is happening virtually THIS WEEKEND!
YMB Summit 2020 line up
We've got a very exciting line-up of speakers, discussing everything from the deep sea to coral reefs, how to share science (dancing...
Posted on Nov 17, 2020
Dr Bhagooli [CMarSci (Oceanography) CSci CBiol FMBA FRSB FIMAREST, UK] is an Associate Professor and leads the Pole of Research Excellence in Sustainable Marine Biodiversity at the University of Mauritius. He studies tropical ecosystems including coral reefs. Dr Bhagooli participated in research cruises such as the FAO EAF-Nansen 2018 Research Cruise on board the “R/V Dr Fridtjof Nansen” and the 2005 expedition at the Australian Casey Antarctic Base on board the “Aurora Australis”. He serves as the Vice-President of the Western Indian Ocean Association of Marine Science and a councillor of the International Coral Reef Society....
Posted on Nov 5, 2020
Posted on Nov 4, 2020
A marine scientist at the Marine Biological Association (MBA) in Plymouth, and the University of Southampton, has been awarded the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) Marsh Award for Marine Conservation. The award has been given to Professor David Sims, an MBA Senior Research Fellow and leader of the Sims Lab.
The ZSL Committee were unanimous in their decision, recognising the high-impact work of Professor Sims into fundamental shark science and its application to marine conservation. Professor Sims’ work, now spanning 25 years, aims to advance scientific knowledge of shark behaviour and...