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ROV Technician/Pilot

Vacancy: ROV Technician/Pilot Type: Casual Salary: £250/survey day Location: Dunbar, Scotland (will need to work independently at various locations) Application deadline: open until filled Ocean …

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SHUSH Presentation: prediction of marine mammal auditory impact

Ocean Science Consulting Limited (OSC) was delighted to present at the Symposium on High Underwater Sounds from Humans (SHUSH) conference, an exciting virtual event, jointly …

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Fauna & Flora International

At OSC, we are proud to support the work of Fauna & Flora International (FFI). Established in 1903, FFI is the world’s oldest conservation charity. …

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LIVING WAGE EMPLOYER ACCREDITATION

We are pleased to be accredited as a Living Wage Employer. The living wage movement started in London in 2001 after one issue recurred across …

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PLASTIC: WHAT’S THE FUSS?

As summer is in full swing, and COVID-19 restrictions are relaxing, there is a pressing issue on most beach goer’s minds: why is there so …

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OSC and Opticron collaboration

We are very excited to announce that we are collaborating with Opticron. This means that we can offer discounts to participants of our Marine Mammal …

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LIFE AS AN MMO IN SE-ASIA: Part II

On completion of the 14-day quarantine I was collected by a company driver and taken to my new base of operations, a sleepy fishing village …

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Publication of our article on the predictive capacity of Ecopath with Ecosim

OSC is pleased to announce publication of the article Predictive capacity of Ecopath with Ecosim: model performance and ecological indicators’ response to imprecision (Susini and …

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LIFE AS AN MMO IN SE-ASIA: Part I

Working as a Marine Mammal Observer (MMO) can be exciting, hard work, but most of all, rewarding. Part of the job description requires travel to …

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