Marine Biology Section © 2020
On the first Monday of each month the section comes together at 7:30 pm in the Arthur Mourant room at the Société Jersiaise. We use these monthly meetings to catch up on recent developments connected with the island’s marine environment and to plan our upcoming activates, campaigns and projects. As well as around 20 members of the Section, we are often joined by representatives from Jersey Seasearch, Little Feet Environmental, Sea Shepherd, the Sea Watch Foundation and Marine Life.
Each meeting is normally followed by a short presentation, lecture or an activity, such as examining the Société’s Victorian pressed seaweed collections. The meetings provide a forum for everyone with an interest in marine life and marine conservation to find out about latest developments, raise issues and get help with projects. It is often via our meeting that we get to learn of species sightings or of issues and events (good and bad) that have occurred in Jersey’s marine realm.
Dates to be confirmed. Please contact the Marine Biology Chairperson for more details.
|Rock and Coastal Names|
|Project Ormer gallery|
|Project Ormer Update|
|Dolphin Smartphone App|
|Annual Public Lecture|
|Les Minquiers - A Natural History|
|Channel Island Marine Molluscs|
|Non-native Species in the Channel Islands|
|Marine Fish of the Channel Islands|
|Diatoms the Channel Islands|
|SJ Recorder App|
|Key Marine Habitats|
|Non-native Marine Species|
|No Mobile Fishing Areas|
|Worm and Clam Beds|