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Research project

Crustacean Habitat And Sediment Movement

Project overview

A community led project aiming to better understand the environmental, physical and climatic changes which have impacted the productivity and sustainability of the fishing grounds around Selsey Bill, West Sessex, UK.

Supported by contributions from the University of Southampton, the University of Brighton, Chichester District Council, the Environment Agency, Mulberry Marine Experiences, Southsea Subaqua, and the Wildlife Trusts.

Recent funding from the FELS Knowledge Exchange and Enterprise fund will allow a knowledge exchange event to be run in June 2022.


Lead researcher

Dr Charlie Thompson

Associate Professor

Research interests

  • Coastal Monitoring
  • Coastal Processes
  • Sediment Stability, Resuspension and Exchange processes
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Collaborating research institutes, centres and groups

Research outputs