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Marine researchers to give evidence to Commons inquiry

Researchers are among those scheduled to give evidence to the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee’s inquiry into marine science on 5 December.

They are Phil Durrant, managing director of Gardline Environmental Limited; Ralph Rayner, vice president of the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology; Richard Burt, chairman of the Association of Marine Scientific Industries Council; Phillip Williamson, science coordinator at the UK Ocean Acidification Research Programme; Jonathan Sharples, a professor at the University of Liverpool Research Centre for Marine Sciences and Climate Change; and Stephen Dye, representing the Marine Climate Change Impacts Partnership.

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