Light and sound pollution
Our research aims to understand the widespread and pervasive effects of artificial light at night, and sound pollution, on coastal and marine wildlife.
Through the GLOW network, PML is part of a global, collaborative initiative, studying the impacts of light pollution on coastal assemblages.
PML Project pages
Other projectsGLOW network: Emergent impacts on coastal areas
- World leading tidal lightscape simulator aquarium facility
- Behaviour, Sound and Imaging Laboratory (BSIL)
Underwood, CN; Davies, TW; Queirós, AM; 2017. Artificial light at night alters trophic interactions of intertidal invertebrates. Journal of Animal Ecology.
Tidau, S; Smyth, T; McKee, D; Wiedenmann, J; D'Angelo, C; Wilcockson, D; Ellison, A; Grimmer, AJ; Jenkins, SR; Widdicombe, S; Queirós, AM; Talbot, E; Wright, A; Davies, TW. 2021. Marine artificial light at night: An empirical and technical guide. Methods in Ecology and Evolution.