Carcinus’ newest member of the team, Joshua Baker, recently obtained his A2 CofC, allowing him to pilot our UAVs during survey operations.
Carcinus Ltd deliver marine ecology survey and environmental statement for Morden Wharf, Greenwich Peninsula development.
Carcinus have recently undertaken Sanitary Surveys for the States of Guernsey to advise how best to manage shellfish beds in the Bailiwick.
Carcinus were contracted to undertake a benthic ecology survey and produce an Ecological Impact Assessment for the mudflat at Albion Waterside
Carcinus have curated a standardised symbology for JNCC marine habitat classifications and developed a highly efficient in-field GIS mapping process.
Carcinus Ltd. are pleased to announce that Joshua Baker, a masters graduate, joined the team as a Freshwater and Marine Ecologist in March 2020.
Carcinus was commissioned to design and implement a multidisciplinary marine ecological survey of the approach channel and turning basin of Victoria Harbour, Hartlepool. The purpose of the study was to inform an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), with respect to predicted impacts of the proposed dredging and construction operations associated with scheme.
Carcinus Limited was commissioned to provide specialist marine ecology survey and reporting services in support of a new vessel lay-by berth within the entrance to the River Medina, East Cowes for the purposes of informing a marine licence application for dredge spoil disposal and an ecological impact assessment. The potential environmental effects originating from the proposed development were identified and screened. The need for a comprehensive sediment sampling programme was identified and delivered, to fully characterise the subtidal benthic ecology and sediment chemistry within and surrounding the proposed development.