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THE FOURTH SERIES OF 'ROLLING EVIDENCE' WEBINARS WERE HELD ON 24 JANUARY 2024

1. Seabirds and Waterbirds - Niall Burton, Head of Wetland & Marine Research, British Trust for Ornithology. The webinar is here.
2. Transport and Infrastructure - Heidi Roberts, Director, ABPmerThe webinar is here.

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Transport and Infrastructure
THE THIRD SERIES OF 'ROLLING EVIDENCE' WEBINARS WERE HELD ON SEPTEMBER 2023

1. Arctic Sea IceEd Blockley – Polar Climate Group, The Met Office. The webinar is here
2. FishDr. Clive Fox – Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS). The webinar is here
3. FisheriesDr. John Pinnegar – the Centre for Environment, Fisheries, and Aquaculture Science (Cefas). The webinar is here
4. Cultural HeritageDr. Mairi Davies - Historic Environment Scotland. The webinar is here

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Arctic Sea Ice
The second series of 'Rolling Evidence' webinars were held in March 2023
  1. Sea Temperature: Dr Richard Cornes - National Oceanography Centre. The webinar is here.
  2. Ocean circulation: Dr Gerard McCarthy - Maynooth University. The webinar is here.
  3. Storms and waves: Dr Lucy Bricheno -  National Oceanography Centre. The webinar is here.
  4. Oxygen: Professor Claire Mahaffey -  University of Liverpool. The webinar is here.
  5. Marine Mammals: Emily Martin -  JNCC. The webinar is here.

The webinars showcase how the evidence base has moved on in these key areas since MCCIP last reported in 2020 and how it impacts your work areas by hearing directly from the lead authors.

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Oxygen
MCCIP HOSTED ITS FIRST SERIES OF ‘ROLLING EVIDENCE’ WEBINARS IN NOVEMBER 2022
  1. Shelf-sea stratification: Prof. Jonathan Sharples - Professor of Ocean Sciences, University of Liverpool. The webinar is here.
  2. Ocean acidification: Dr. Helen Findlay – Biological oceanographer, Plymouth Marine Laboratory. The webinar is here.
  3. Marine Aquaculture: Dr. Alexander Murray – Group leader and epidemiologist, Salmon and freshwater fisheries programme, Marine Scotland. The webinar is here.
  4. Coastal flooding: Prof. Ivan Haigh – Associated professor in Ocean and Earth Science, University of Southampton. The webinar is here.
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Aquaculture