Marine Biology Section © 2020
Since 2010 the Marine Biology Section has co-
The results from student projects have shed a great deal of light on the local marine environment and the project work has covered everything from habitat monitoring to genetic analysis of local species. Recent projects include a study of maerl beds of Les Écréhous reef, the biology and behaviour of invasive crab species, seagrass monitoring and marine spatial planning studies.
The collective experience and expertise of the Marine Biology Section enhances any student project and their results and data are a great means of accomplishing targeted areas of work or of exploring new fields of research.
The Section is always willing to assist students with their studies and project work. We can suggest project ideas and usually assist with supervision and fieldwork. Please note that we do not have any funding available to assist with travel, living expenses, accommodation, etc.
Contact us for more information about student projects.
|Rock and Coastal Names|
|Project Ormer gallery|
|Project Ormer Update|
|Dolphin Smartphone App|
|Annual Public Lecture|
|Les Minquiers - A Natural History|
|Channel Island Marine Molluscs|
|Non-native Species in the Channel Islands|
|Marine Fish of the Channel Islands|
|Diatoms the Channel Islands|
|SJ Recorder App|
|Key Marine Habitats|
|Non-native Marine Species|
|No Mobile Fishing Areas|
|Worm and Clam Beds|