View of Birsay, Orkney with a whale bone in the foreground.
Scotland is home to one third of the global population of grey seals
University student holds her catch following a scallop diving trip in Oban.
Scotland harbours the world's most important nesting grounds for Northern gannets.
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To conserve the world’s oceans we must go beyond science, and use it to inform policy and management, and ultimately to catalyze change. The Society for Conservation Biology's International Marine Conservation Congress (IMCC) brings together conservation professionals and students to develop new and powerful tools to further marine conservation science and policy.
IMCC3 Registration is now Open!
Call for Abstracts
The IMCC3 Call for Abstracts is closed. Reviews are underway, and decisions will be made soon. The early registration deadline has been extended to 22 April 2014.
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Workshop, Focus Group, Short Course Information
Find fascinating invertebrates, bird species and even large mammals like roe deer and badgers in Glasgow's city parks. Leave Glasgow to explore its rugged interior including Loch Lommond and Cairngorms National Parks. Of course everyone knows about wild coasts of the UK. The islands off the west coast are a great place to watch sea birds.
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Sponsor, exhibit and advertise at IMCC3 and get your name, products and services in front of more than 1,200 marine conservation professionals and students from science, management, policy and public sectors.
Get inspired and learn about Scottish lore and marine life
These books introduce the nature, history and culture of Scotland.