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Marine Science: Making waves

Most of us in Scotland find ourselves attracted to the sea and can reach the coast quite easily, so it is no surprise that Scottish history and culture are closely interwoven with maritime development and exploitation of…

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Science Scotland, Issue 15, Summer 2014ContentsForewordInternational PerspectiveScience at the deep endDecision support for renewablesThe politics of policySounds like a good ideaA new perspective on marine lifeThe bacteria that clean the deep blue seaTime for action?Fish farming: just add water and a drop of science Partnership in action

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Science Scotland, Issue 15, Summer 2014 Marine Science: Making waves...


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Contents Articles by Peter Barr...


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Foreword Sea changes...


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International Perspective Profiles of PhD students ...


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Science at the deep end Interview: Dr Bhavani Narayanaswamy & Dr Robert Turnewitsch...


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Decision support for renewables Forum: Marine Energy...


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The politics of policy Interview: Professor Nick Hanley & Dr Meriwether Wilson...


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Sounds like a good idea Interview: Professor Peter Tyack, Dr Mark Johnson & Dr Lars Boehme...


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A new perspective on marine life Interview: Dr David McKee...


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The bacteria that clean the deep blue sea Interview: Dr Tony Gutierrez...


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Time for action? Forum: Climate Change...


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Partnership in action Profile: The Marine Alliance for Science and Technology for Scotland (MASTS)...


 

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