Sussex Dolphin Project
Sussex Dolphin Project is committed to protecting local dolphin species through research, awareness and education programmes to deliver ecosystem-level restoration and rejuvenation. Our research is evidence-based and captured via our citizen science programme through both opportunistic, and effort based data collection, with a view to identifying individual dolphins/pods, and to better understand their behaviour, movement, prey species and breeding sites. This data is then used in collaboration with other organisations to better protect our marine environment and ultimately safeguard Sussex marine mammals.
- Incidental Sightings of Bottlenose Dolphins in Sussex 2015-2021
The dataset represents sightings of bottlenose dolphins submitted to Sussex Dolphin Project between 2015-2021. The dataset represents incidental occurrence data and sightings have been verified and confirmed by experts. Each sighting is submitted with photographic evidence via the organisation's website and social media platforms...
- Incidental Sightings of Harbour Porpoise in Sussex 2017-2023
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