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Kate Humble in a helicopter
Seawatch
Wednesday 2 August 2006, 8pm BBC One
From rock pools in Devon to deep sea corals off Scotland, Kate Humble examines the effects of fishing, pollution and climate change on UK marine life and looks at how we can help protect it.
Find out more and get involved
To the beach and the coastpath signpost

Adopt-a-Beach and Beachwatch
In the programme, Kate joins a beach clean initiative in Goodrington. Find out how you can help with these initiatives and clean up a beach near you.

Sports diver

Seasearch
If you are a qualified sports diver you can take part in Seasearch and help map the UK's coastal marine life.

Starfish on pebbles

Recording marine life
Take part in a UK-wide rock pooling survey organised by The Marine Life Information Network for Britain and Ireland.

Turtle on a beach

Marine turtles
Find out more about these fantastic and ancient creatures and why confusing a plastic bag for a jellyfish can prove fatal.

Safety on the shore
Beachcombing and rockpooling is great fun, but stay safe. The seashore can be a dangerous place with hard rocks and changing tides. Show respect for seashore creatures too - don't disturb seals and seabirds, leave only footprints (not litter) and take home only photographs (not living creatures!).

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Fish for thought
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BBC News on illegal fishing
Report on the setting of traps to target illegal fishing

 Elsewhere on the web

Marine Conservation Society
A UK charity dedicated to protecting the marine environment and its wildlife

Scottish Association of Marine Science
Studies of the deep waters to the west of Scotland

The Seahorse Trust
The latest research on the plight of the seahorse

The Marine Bill
The Government's vision for our marine environment

Project 180
The proposal of a "No Take Zone" off Wembury beach in South Devon

Community of Arran Seabed Trust
An island community campaigning to ensure the welfare of their coastal waters

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