4th Nereis Park ConferenceNereis Park

Plymouth Marine Laboratory, 7th - 10th July 2014

The purpose of Nereis Park is to strengthen collaboration and knowledge exchange between scientists studying the bioturbation processes induced by the King Nereis, other animals and vegetal organisms in sediments and soils.

The conference starts on Monday 7th July 2014 with an icebreaker reception at PML from 18.00 to 20.00. For the full list of social activities please click here.

Registration has now closed.
For any enquiries please contact us at: forinfo@pml.ac.uk


- Novel methods for quantifying and visualising bioturbation

- Integration of bioturbation into models

- Impact of environmental change on bioturbators and bioturbation rates

- Estimating the contribution of bioturbation to ecosystem services

- Interactions between bioturbators and microbes

- Beyond quantification of particle and fluid transport: quantification of organism-sediment interactions
- Integrating knowledge: scaling up from experiments


Further Information:



Confirmed presentations & meeting agenda

Social activities

Visiting Plymouth


Directions to PML

Local organising committee

History of Nereis Park

Nereis Park website


We would like to thank Plymouth Gin for their kind sponsorship. Remember to please drink responsibly.