Report on how archaeologists are mapping a prehistoric "lost country" of hunter-gatherers, now hidden below the North Sea.
Article about the abandoning of Doggerland after being hit by a 5m surge of sea water 8,200 years ago. Includes a map, video animation, and photos of artifacts from this submarine archaeological site.
Blog of a Greenpeace campaigning voyage to declare 40% of the North Sea a marine reserve.
Photographs of tree stumps exposed at low spring tide in 1992, showing remains of submarine forest off the Lincolnshire coast.
A department of the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, which models and monitors marine ecosystems, and represents Belgium in inter-governmental conventions. Information about the sea, environmental pressures, and their role and activities. [Multi-lingual]
The Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC) describes the status of the stocks and environmental problems of the UK fisheries.
An Atlas of Oceanic Internal Solitary Waves prepared for Office of Naval Research.
Article on a major natural disaster which hit the coastlines of Belgium, Denmark, England, France, and the Netherlands 31st January - 1st February 1953; explains its causes, impact and discusses future risk.
A project in the University of Birmingham (UK) to explore Late Quaternary and Holocene geology, and create models which may be used by the aggregates industry to plan extraction and mitigation strategies. Information about project, partners and publications.
Supports a sustainable marine environment. Includes list of meetings, members and publications.
Provides sustainability courses and workshops for the maritime and fishing sectors, schools, governmental agencies and businesses.
'BBC News' article about The International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) recommending major cuts in the catches of fish including haddock and plaice.
The European association of non-governmental environmental organisations working to protect and restore to health the marine environment of the European seas and the wider North East Atlantic.
Leaflet on the changing coastline of East Anglia afftect by geological and tidal influences. Includes photographs of locations and fossils, diagrams of events, and glossary.
Article on the history of the area now known as Dogger Bank, when it was a land mass connectring Britain with the Netherlands. Includes derivation of name, references, and related links compiled voluntarily by the public.
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