Plymouth Marine Laboratory

The remit of the Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) is to undertake interdisciplinary research that brings together areas of scientific expertise to address key scientific and socially relevant questions relating to the marine environment. PML provides capability for observing, modelling, understanding and forecasting marine ecosystems, to underpin evidence-based environmental solutions to societal challenges. We do so by applying world-leading, integrated, scientific understanding, focused on the interactions between the marine environment and society, in estuarine, coastal and shelf waters, as well as the upper layers of the global ocean.

Contact Information
Director / Head: 
Professor Steve de Mora
Address: 
Prospect Place, The Hoe, Plymouth, PL1 3DH
Website: 
Switchboard Number: 
01752 633100
Twitter: 
Staffing
Postdoctoral / Research Assistants: 
89
Technicians: 
18
Administrative / Support Staff: 
43
Publications
Publications / Year: 
153
Publications Page: 

Funding by Source

Funding Proportion
Natural Environment Research Council 40-59%
Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council 0-19%
Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council 0-19%
Government departments 0-19%
UK private sector 0-19%
Foreign (other than EC contracts) 0-19%
European Community 0-19%
Foundations, charities 0-19%
Other external income 0-19%

Consultancy Services and Products

Contact
PML Applications Ltd Tim Fileman