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North Sea Core
Alice Hickson, Andy Jardine, Becky Greaves and BIOGEN (UK) LTD, Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School, Christopher R Scotese, Enass Abo-Hamed, Manjot Chana, Luke Sperrin, Peter Italiano, H2GO Power, Hindou Omaru Ibrahim, Earth Science and Engineering at Imperial College London, EU Copernicus Marine Service, Kieran Baxter, Tamsin Edwards from Kings College London, Harriet Tyley and James Robson from SEA LIFE London Aquarium, Lottie Bedlow, Marie Busfield, Gridwatch.co.uk, Nainoa Thompson, Eleanor Frajka-Williams, Steph Henson and the National Oceanography Centre, Miranda Lowe, Christopher Dean and Peta Hayes from the Natural History Museum London, Denise Holland from New York University NY/Abu Dhabi, Planktomania, Alistair Young from the River Wey Trust, Roland Broers, Scott Price and Paul Sherman, Seb Lee-Delisle, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, Sinead Lyster, Bridget Wade and Graham Shields from University College London, Jazmin Scarlett from University of Hull, Andy Baird from University of Leeds, Daniel Crawford from University of Minnesota, Yorkshire Peat Partnership, Xylobands, ZeroAvia.