Submit before the 31st of May comments on the latest review of the Scotland's National Martine Plan.
MASTS supported work published: Inter- and Intra-Annual Bacterioplankton Community Patterns in a Deepwater Sub-Arctic Region: Persistent High Background Abundance of Putative Oil Degraders
MASTS members from Marine Scotland Science, Heriot-Watt Uni, Aberdeen uni and Edinburgh Uni have published work partially supported by MASTS: Angelina G. Angelova, Barbara Berx, Eileen Bresnan, Samantha B. Joye, Andrew Free, Tony Gutierrez.
Scottish Shelf Waters Reanalysis Service is now live
The new Scottish Shelf Waters Reanalysis Service is now live and complete with data available for download from 1993 – 2018.
Assemble Plus Press Release: Studies find that higher temperatures have an adverse effect on mussels
Animal size and sea water temperature, but not pH, influence a repeatable startle response behaviour in a wide-ranging marine molluscs.
Call for papers on multiple stressors in marine ecosystems
Special Issue on Multiple Stressors in Marine Ecosystems Special Issu ...
The deep sea is a major sink for microplastic debris
The deep sea is a major sink for microplastic debris Wednesday, January 07 ...