We have been undertaking physical and ecological surveys for over 70 years. Browse what we have been up to recently.
ABPmer was commissioned by Welsh Government to address the need for data and knowledge to support marine protection and sustainable use of tidal stream energy, wave energy and aquaculture resources.
Tarmac Marine and CEMEX UK Marine commissioned ABPmer to undertake an assessment of black bream nesting activity in survey areas in the Kingmere MCZ, to contribute to annual monitoring requirements for Areas 453 and 488 licences.
Informing the design phase for a proposed tidal lagoon in the outer Dee Estuary.
To further develop a hydrodynamic numerical model of Southampton Water, ABPmer was contracted to design, plan and conduct a comprehensive oceanographic data collection campaign.
ABPmer was asked to undertake four ADCP survey transects to help Marina Projects Ltd better understand the currents in Beaulieu River to inform development considerations.
ABPmer monitors the Welwick and Chowder Ness managed realignment sites to ensure they meet objectives set in the EMMP.
ABPmer was commissioned by HAML to undertake the required assessments in support of a marine licence application to dredge the berth at Rochester Wharf.
Since 2005, ABPmer has been carrying out detailed ecological surveys for the Port of Mostyn in the Dee Estuary, required under the consent arrangements for the Port's Inner Approach Channel dredging works.
ABPmer's marine ecology characterisation survey informed the design and environmental assessment of a proposed breakwater and beach recharge along the Hafan y Môr frontage.
ABPmer was contracted by Innogy to undertake coastal waterbird disturbance monitoring for the operation of a maintenance pontoon facility at the Port of Mostyn in the Dee Estuary.