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      Estuary-wide guidance notes on Nature Conservation, Cultural Heritage and Local Produce;

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        Supporting the regeneration of Lydney Dock;

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        Workshops/topic-specific forums on Geographical Information Systems (GIS, Access, Nature Conservation and stakeholder involvement;

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        Preparation of an estuary-wide Research Strategy on climate change;

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        Development of a local information system; and

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        Contribution to the development of ICZM in NW Europe. (Severn Estuary Partnership)

  • Conduct/facilitate/and help find resources for research of relevance to coastal management issues e.g. coastal access survey. (Solway Firth Partnership)

  • Act as the secretariat for two European Marine Sites (monitoring, managing and developing management schemes). (Solway Firth Partnership)

  • Successful research programme of ecological, environmental and estuary management issues by local university under and post graduate students. (South Hams District Council)

  • The Severn Estuaries Levels Research Committee (SELRC) has played a hugely important role not only in its own region but throughout the UK and internationally. The Dorset Coastal Forum Archaeology Working Group promoted and steered a major assessment of the historic environment of Dorset’s coastal zone, and the Tamar Estuaries Forum has conducted and published research. (Wash Estuary Strategy Group)

  • Brokered a dialogue between city planners and port operators which influenced the Core Strategy of the Local Development Framework and the appropriate area action plan. (Maritime Plymouth)

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