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SAMS joins Scottish LGBTI+ Rainbow Mark

UHI celebrates signing up to the Scottish LGBTI+ Rainbow Mark during LGBT History Month
UHI celebrates signing up to the Scottish LGBTI+ Rainbow Mark during LGBT History Month
SAMS joins Scottish LGBTI+ Rainbow Mark

The University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) and eight partners, including SAMS, have signed up to The Scottish LGBTI+ Rainbow Mark during LGBT History Month to support inclusive social spaces across the Highlands and Islands, Moray and Perthshire.

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Fieldwork carried out by SAMS and partners in Greenland shone a light on the amazing biodiversity growing on Arctic fjord walls

Fri, Feb 16, '24

‘Virtual marine biologist’ reveals Greenland sealife

Novel robotics survey will help climate change investigations

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Urchins are slow moving bottom feeders, making them especially vulnerable to rapid changes to their habitat

Wed, Feb 14, '24

Increased rainfall threatens UK sea urchins

In Scotland precipitation has increased by 20% since the 1960s

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An aerial view of a North Atlantic right whale exhaling at the surface in Cape Cod Bay, Massachusetts, U.S.A. The wide nostril spacing in this species and its close relatives gives rise to the distinctive double-jet or heart-shaped spout which is used to identify the species in the field. Image by John Durban and Holly Fearnbach. Authorized by permit # 17355 from the U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service.

Wed, Jan 31, '24

Baleen whales may sniff out their meals

Feeding strategy discovery sparks plastic ingestion fears

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Oceans for Good

Thu, Mar 24, '22

Algae events set for April

Mon, Mar 14, '22

SAMS represented at COP26

Mon, Nov 1, '21