O Dan y Dŵr - Hidden Seascapes of Wales
About the project
O Dan y Dŵr - Beneath the Water, in English - provides the viewer with unique and exciting insights into the marine environment off our coast which have been produced alongside research taking place at one of the UK's top Marine Sciences centres.
- Learn about new aspects of scientific research from the SEACAMS2 project at Bangor University's School of Ocean Sciences.
- View exclusive images and innovative data obtained from our marine environment collected by scientists working on a range of innovative R&D projects supporting the marine renewable energy sector in Wales.
- Acoustic data, sonar and camera imagery show the effects of geological, biological and physical processes off the coast of Wales which due to fast tidal currents, relatively deep water and limited visibility have never been seen this way before.
- Understand how acoustic data, sonar and camera imagery show the effects of geological, biological and physical processes off the coast of Wales which due to fast tidal currents, relatively deep water and limited visibility have never been seen in this way before.
Project TeamDr Michael Roberts (SEACAMS2 Geoscientist), Dr Tim Whitton (SEACAMS2 Ecologist), Mr Ben Powell (Lead Sea-Going Technician), Mr Aled Owen (Sea-Going Technician), Mr Steven Rowlands (Multibeam Data Processor) and the Captain and Crew of the R.V. Prince Madog.
Start here with the SS Apapa
To learn more, please visit our home pagewww.bangor.ac.uk/oceansciences
Find out about opportunities to study Ocean Sciences at Bangor University, one of the UKs leading institutions for the study of the ocean. Our courses cover the full range of the marine sciences at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
You can also learn about the world leading research undertaken by Bangor University Ocean Scientists across the globe - from the Polar regions to coral reef atolls of the Pacific and Indian Oceans.
To find out more about studying at the School of Ocean Sciences please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org