This is how shipwrecks could inspire new forms of renewable energy
Technology used to locate sunken vessels could be used for another purpose.
Born and raised on the Isle of Anglesey and after working as a general labourer in the civil engineering and building sector for fifteen years I graduated from Bangor University as a mature student in 2000 with a B.Sc. in Ocean Sciences. I completed my Ph.D. in 2006 and have been working in Bangor University's School of Ocean Sciences (SOS) since 2004. I am currently R&D Project Manager at the Centre for Applied Marine Sciences (CAMS) and have a background in palaeoenvironmental development (sea-level change) and marine geology. I currently specialise in seabed mapping and geoscience related research using multibeam sonar primarily associated with supporting the marine renewable energy sector in Wales.