MASTS News

Defra, the Northern Ireland Executive, the Scottish Government and the Welsh Government have now published updates to the marine monitoring programmes for the state of the UK seas.

Project partners will develop algal mat removal and nutrient reduction techniques specific for intertidal mudflats at four sites in France and the UK (Channel Manche region).

This online event will run the afternoons of 21st & 22nd June. Registering interest to attend and/or present is open now!

MASTS members from Marine Scotland Science, Heriot-Watt Uni, Aberdeen uni and Edinburgh Uni have published work partially supported by MASTS: Angelina G. AngelovaBarbara BerxEileen BresnanSamantha B. JoyeAndrew FreeTony Gutierrez.

The new Scottish Shelf Waters Reanalysis Service is now live and complete with data available for download from 1993 – 2018. 

Animal size and sea water temperature, but not pH, influence a repeatable startle response behaviour in a wide-ranging marine molluscs.

Surveys using local information from fishers have been used to better understand marine life in and around Scotland’s network of Marine Protected Areas.

NERC want to hear about S&F ideas that are essential to the delivery of environmental science over the next five to 10 years.

Research and Innovation Scotland   are pleased to announce the launch of Th ...

We would like to extend an invitation to the MASTS community to get involve ...

The 8 th PRIMaRE conference represents the latest in the annual scientific ...

The Met Office Hadley Centre will host a virtual conference on the theme of ...