Llucia Mascorda Cabre

Llucia Mascorda Cabre
University of Plymouth | UoP · School of Marine Science and Engineering

Master of Science

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Introduction
Llucia Mascorda currently works at the University of Plymouth as a PhD Candidate. Llucia does research in Marine Ecology and Oceanography.
Additional affiliations
January 2013 - January 2016
Natural England
Position
  • Consultant

Publications

Publications (3)
Technical Report
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The ICES/IUCN-CEM FEG Workshop on Testing OECM Practices and Strategies (WKTOPS) investigated how to evaluate areas with spatial fisheries measures in place as other effective area-based conservation measures (OECMs) in line with Convention on Biological Diversity definitions, specifically the extent to which area-based fisheries management measure...
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With a growing human population and the need to protect our oceans from overfishing, there is a requirement for society to source alternative means of sustainable protein. Mussel aquaculture has rapidly expanded in many countries serving as an important supply of protein, but its development has been limited due to competition for coastal space and...
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The cytotoxic, platinum-based anticancer drugs, cisplatin, carboplatin and oxaliplatin, enter the aquatic environment largely in municipal wastes via excretion from outpatients undergoing chemotherapy. The environmental behaviour, effects and fate of these drugs are, however, unknown. In this study, the adsorption of the drugs to untreated and chem...

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Projects (2)
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Study of changes in the hydrodynamic regime of an area following the development of a large scale long-line mussel farm in Lyme Bay, SW UK
Project
Study to assess changes in sediment characteristics and infauna assemblages following the development of an offshore longline mussel farm in Lyme Bay, SW UK