91st meeting

The 91st meeting of the Scottish Freshwater Group took place on Thursday 24 October 2013. This was a joint meeting with SFG and the IBIS project (a partnership between the Loughs Agency, Queen's University Belfast, and the University of Glasgow, supported by the EU's INTERREG IVA Programme).

Agenda

Chair: Jennifer Dodd (University of Glasgow, IBIS project)

Morning session

12:40-14:00 Lunch & Poster Demonstrations

  • James Barry (University of Glasgow, IBIS project) “The population dynamics and migration of the European eel”
  • Oliver Hooker (University of Glasgow, IBIS project) "The ecology underpinning the management of rare freshwater fishes"
  • Hannele Honkanen (University of Glasgow, IBIS project) “Modelling the early life stages of salmon to improve conservation limits"
  • Martin Hughes (University of Glasgow, IBIS project) "Ecology underpinning the management of (ferox) brown trout
  • Sinead O'Reilly (University of Glasgow, IBIS project) "Eradication methods for aquatic invasive species"
  • Ian Griffin (ECUS Ltd) & Dave Naismith (WWT Consulting) "Cartland Low Carbon Pilot Plant and The Barge, Runcorn compact SuDS"

Afternoon session

90th meeting

The 90th meeting of the Scottish Freshwater Group took place on Thursday 4 April 2013.

Agenda

Chair: Laurence Carvalho (Centre for Ecology & Hydrology)

Morning session

12:30-14:00 Lunch & Poster Demonstrations

  • Andrew Tyler (University of Stirling) “GLOBOLAKES”
  • Eric Verspoor (University of the Highlands and Islands) "Does freshwater science in Scotland have a FAST in its Future?"
  • Alan Law & Nigel Willby (University of Stirling) “Selectivity and impact of beaver foraging on aquatic plants”

Afternoon session

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