MBA

Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom

Efficient use of resources and materials

Adaptation to Climate Change

Overview

Since its foundation in 1884, the MBA at Plymouth has had a rich history and has seen many highly significant scientific discoveries at its Citadel Hill laboratory. Today, MBA scientists deliver an internationally-renowned programme of scientific research that is highlighted on these pages. Resident workers and visitors alike enjoy the high-quality facilities and services that we can provide. The Association also plays a leading role in promoting marine biology through its many and varied activities ranging from public outreach to provision of advanced research training.

Creation date: 29/11/2017

Bloc onglets

Description
Bloc 1

Name

Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom

TheLaboratory
Citadel Hill
Plymouth
Devon
PL19 9HR
United Kingdom

Devon

www.mba.ac.uk

Bloc 2

Type of actor

International organisation

Bloc 3

Interest to cooperate

The MBA has many years experience in the provision of advice and support on the efficient use of marine resources, including marine assessment and marine spatial planning, the effects of climate change, monitoring the effects of environmental change, impact assessment and management, as well as focused and applied marine research.

Bloc 4

Experience in INTERREG project?

Yes