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Study Society
(founded 1990)
Vincit omnia veritas

GLAUCUS HOUSE : 14 CORBYN CRESCENT : SHOREHAM-BY-SEA   SUSSEX : 
BN43 6PQ 
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  • I am pleased to introduce the British Marine Life Study Society. We are responsible for producing the journal GLAUCUS, which is the first publication exploring the marine life of the seas surrounding the British Isles available to the general public. 
  • We also publish the quarterly SHOREWATCH Newsletter and the TORPEDO Electronic News Bulletin. 

 
Purpose and Aims
  • to stimulate interest in the undersea world and natural history of the seas, and related subjects.
  • to bridge the gap between the popular books and scientific literature by publishing readable and informative articles on marine life and the ocean environment.
  • to liaise and co-operate with conservation and fishery organisations and other wildlife groups.

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PICTURE  PORTFOLIO

6 October 2007
This attractive red Long-spined Bullhead, Taulus bubalis, latched on to the bait on my friend's fishing line (without swallowing the hook) and was returned alive to the sea off the east coast of Northern Ireland (just north of Tornamoney Point, which is just north of the village of Cushendun in NE County Antrim). 

The white lappets in the corner of the mouth cannot be seen clearly in this fish. 
 

Reports and Photographs by Cathal McNaughton

This guest picture of the marine wildlife and seascape or shorescape, 
undersea or intertidal habitats will change intermittently


 

14 June 2014
Adur World Oceans Day
World Oceans Day was first declared as 8th June at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992.
Events occurred all around the world on and around this day.

Adur was one of the UK leaders in presenting the fifteenth environmental exhibition of World Oceans Day on Coronation Green, Shoreham-by-Sea. The British Marine Life Study Society presented the usual exhibition of lobsters and crabs. The Friends of Shoreham Beach (FOSB) took an active role with their display of the wonders of Shoreham Beach. Wildlife writer Steve Savage presented the whale and dolphin exhibition. Nikki Hills on behalf of the Sussex Wildlife Trust produced an interactive display on the sea and seashore for the younger age group.  Exhibitors are available to find the time to answer questions about marine life.
Other participants will include Southwick Camera Club with an exhibition of seascapes and marine life, and Shoreham Sea Scouts

World Oceans Day on facebook
Adur World Oceans Day on facebook
United Nations: World Oceans Day.

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"The aim of the event is to introduce the young visitors to the world of the sea and seashore, an opportunity they may not get.It is an educational event with an opportunity for children to participate in the interactive 
activities."
Quote by Andy Horton (British Marine Life Study Society)

LINK TO THE ADUR WORLD OCEANS DAY BLOGSPOT

WORLD OCEANS DAY EVENTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD

WORLD OCEANS DAY ON FACEBOOK

More photographs of
Adur World Oceans Day 2012


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