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Current Research

Below are some of the CCCR research projects. For further information on any project please use the link in the table 'click here for pdf' which will provide you with full projects details and the project summary/abstract.

Impacts of hydrological variability on material transfers through the River-Estuary Transition Zone

“This project will investigate how the physical properties of SPM determine the transfer from river catchments to the coastal zone of particulate biogenic and lithogenic materials derived from terrestrial weathering and erosion.” SPM = suspended particulate matter

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SUSFISH - Shellfish productivity in the Irish Sea: working towards a sustainable future

SUSFISH is a 3 year project funded by the European Union Regional Development Fund (ERDF) under the Ireland Wales Programme 2007-2013 - Interreg 4A.

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SEACAMS (Sustainable Expansion of the Applied Coastal and Marine Sectors)

Providing the science to meet the challenge of using the sea in a sustainable manner in a rapidly changing marine environment.

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Grant Title:

Field Observation and modelling of the sediment triad [formost]

Professor A Davies, Bangor University; Dr JH Baas, Bangor University; Professor C Jago, Bangor University

Project Value: £323,877
Funder NERC
Start Date: 1 January 2008
End Date: 31 December 2010
Project Summary: click here for pdf


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