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In 2019, the new Wales Coastal Monitoring Centre (WCMC) employed two full time staff at the Vale of Glamorgan Council (VoG). Supported by a Consortium, comprised of Gwynedd, Conwy, VoG Councils and the WLGA, the WCMC has set out to develop a national monitoring programme to provide improved and consistent data to underpin robust evidence-based strategic and local level decisions.
It will also help make predictions of shoreline evolution such as those required in Shoreline Management Plans which guide all coastal engineering decisions.
This event is co-badged with the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM).
Gwyn obtained a degree in Marine Geography from Cardiff University in 2003. Then went on to work in coastal and nearshore commercial surveying for 14 years, which includes 5 years' survey experience before developing into a project manager and providing business support over the following 8 years.
Gwyn joined the Wales Coastal Monitoring Centre in March 2019 as Programme Manager and is responsible for managing and developing a strategic approach to coastal monitoring in Wales.
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