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 Ltd delivers Environmental Statement for the recently approved Everton FCs Bramley Moore Dock Stadium Development.
Carcinus were contracted to undertake a benthic ecology survey and produce an Ecological Impact Assessment for the mudflat at Albion Waterside
Carcinus supports saltmarsh restoration project in the River Hamble using drone based mapping and photogrammetric processing and analysis.
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 is delighted to have become a member of the Big Blue Ocean Cleanup – Ocean Protection Project. As an environmental consultancy and survey company with a specific interest in the marine environment, our membership reinforces our commitment to wanting to make a positive contribution to our local community and help support the health of our oceans.
Carcinus Ltd, partnered with MarineSpace Ltd and Alauda Aerial Surveys Ltd have written the JNCC’s latest Marine Monitoring Platform Guidelines on the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) / drones, published June 2019.
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.