Barriers to Eco-Engineering
What’s holding up marine ecological engineering? In our new video, Ecostructure researcher Ruth Callaway interviews 3 key decision-makers in Wales on their views regarding barriers to ecological engineering, from terminology to legislation to cost.
New Researcher Videos!
Learn more about our research from our scientists themselves. Head over to our YouTube channel to see our new videos which describe everything from our non-native species research, to our experiments on lobster habitat preferences, to our ecological engineering work. Click here to go to the playlist on YouTube!
Creating Eco-Engineered Concrete Tiles
Seashore Snail Survey
Ecostructure project coordinator Joe Ironside of Aberystwyth University introduces our Seashore Snail Survey in the video above and shows how you can take your family out on a snail hunt while contributing valuable data in this citizen science project.
Sampling Topshells & Dogwhelks
Installing Eco-Engineering Experiments
Our researchers have been out in the field sampling for native and invasive species on Irish and Welsh shores. In the above video, Project Coordinator Joe Ironside talks about how topshells may be using hard structures to expand their ranges northward.
Rockpool Point of View
Installing Ecostructure experiments
Ecostructure Observatory Guide
The Ecostructure Observatory is a citizen science platform where we’re mapping changes in the ranges of sealife in response to climate change. This video walks you through the process of uploading observations on your mobile. Learn more and upload your observations at the Ecostructure Observatory.