SMRU Consulting are delighted to announce that our review of the Methods for Monitoring for the Population Consequences of Disturbance (PCoD) in Marine Mammals has been published and is now available in Frontiers in Marine Science. […]
On International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we want to celebrate the amazing women working in science. The celebration could happen everyday but today especially, we are discussing and reflecting upon science and gender equality. […]
Expert Elicitations for the CARMMHA project: estimating how the Deepwater Horizon oil spill affected marine mammals
Last week our own Cormac Booth led two expert elicitation workshops at the National Marine Mammal Foundation in San Diego, as part of the CARMMHA project. CARMMHA stands for the ‘Consortium for Advanced Research on Marine Mammal Health Assessment’, and is a project funded by GoMRI, with a collaborative team from a multitude of institutes including [...]
We are pleased to report a hugely successful trip to the World Marine Mammal Conference in Barcelona. […]
Over the past five years, we’ve been working with amazing collaborators at the University of St Andrews and around the world on the potential Population Consequences of Disturbance (PCoD). This week we’re delighted to announce a new paper exploring how to determine when PCoD models might be helpful in assessing the impacts of noise on marine [...]
SMRU Consulting are very excited to be heading to the World Marine Mammal Conference in Barcelona in December, 2019.
We were excited to read the recent publication by Erbe et al. (2019) published in ‘Frontiers in Marine Science’, which tackles how we might manage the effects of underwater noise on marine mammals in Antarctica. […]