Researchers from the MMMonKey_Pro project travelled to Shenzhen, China for the International Network for submarine Canyon Investigation and Scientific Exchange (INCISE) 2018 symposium.

Dr Aaron Lim (left), John Appah, Prof Andy Wheeler and Luke O’Reilly (right)

The symposium saw researchers and scientists from all over the world come together across a wide array of disciplines to network and showcase the work that is being carried out in Submarine Canyons worldwide, ranging from Geology and seabed mapping, biology and conservation.

During the conference, Prof Andy Wheeler gave a presentation on the MMMonKey_Pro project outlining our aims, objectives and potential deliverables.

Prof Andy Wheeler giving the MMMonKey_Pro talk 

Researchers Aaron, Luke and John all presented posters of their individual projects. This marked the first international symposium that Luke and John had presented their work and their efforts putting together the posters certainly paid off. Have a look at their proud faces below!

Luke O’Reilly (left), Dr Aaron Lim (middle) and John Appah (right)

More information on the work INCISE carry out can be found at the following website: More information on the 2018 symposium can be found at: 


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