It’s a big week! We’re heading to All Energy and we’re looking forward to seeing and talking to lots of you this week.

 

It’s a busy week for us, starting today as we’re hosting a workshop investigating low-visibility methods for mitigation (registration is closed) on a project:

“funded by the Joint Industry Programme on E&P Sound and Marine Life on low visibility real-time monitoring techniques. We are very keen to gather comments and questions from the attendees with regards to any of your expertise/experience in this area and of these techniques. This half day “true WORKshop” will take place on 5th of May 2015 afternoon in conjunction with the All-Energy Exhibition & Conference in Glasgow. The aim of the project is to investigate which low visibility technologies or combinations of technologies can best meet the requirements for mitigation monitoring of marine mammal and other species during industrial seismic surveys (and other E&P activities).”

Then on Wednesday and Thursday it’s the All Energy conference proper! We’ll be on stand N41. On Thursday, in the 13:30-15:00 session, our own Carol Sparling along with Zoe Crutchfield, Marine Environment Lead at Arup will be speaking at the Offshore Wind 5: Environmental, planning and development Conference Session for the All Energy Exhibition and Conference in Glasgow in the Offshore Wind Theatre.

The Interim Population Consequences of Disturbance (PCoD) framework for marine mammals: Practical application and future development.

INTERIM POPULATION CONSEQUENCES OF DISTURBANCE (PCOD) FRAMEWORK

We look forward to seeing you there!!!!