SFG 98th Meeting (April 2017)
The Spring 2017 meeting of the Scottish Freshwater Group took place on Thursday 20th April at the University of Stirling with the theme of "Connecting people with the freshwater environment". Available talks can be viewed below.
Chair: Pauline Lang (SFG Coordinator)
10:00 Meet for tea/coffee
10:15 Pauline Lang (SEPA): "Welcome and SFG updates"
10:30 Martin Hughes (Inspiring Ecology): "Inspiring the next generation - practical fieldwork and the Curriculum for Excellence"
11:00 Richard Sinnott (SEPA): STEM and SEPA - How we Shrunk the Environmental Detectives (pdf)
11:30 Willie Yeomans (Clyde River Foundation): "Raising fish to raise attainment, and other adventures in public engagement with the Clyde River Foundation"
12:00 - 14:00 Extended lunch for Posters and Interactive Demonstrations (pictured below)
Chair: Martin Hughes (SFG Publicity Officer)
14:00 John Clayton (SEPA): "The Anglers' Riverfly Monitoring Initiative and its pursuits in Scotland"
14:30 Victoria Larcombe and Caroline Griffin (Froglife): "Froglife's Scottish Dragon Finder"
15:00 Ronald Campbell (Tweed Foundation): Changes in salmon runs and the AMO (watch on YouTube)
15:30 Laurence Carvalho, Helen Woods and Linda May (CEH): Partnership working at Loch Leven to understand ecosystem service benefits from freshwaters (pdf)
16:00 Announcements (SFG Publicity Officer) and Meeting Close
The next meeting of the Scottish Freshwater Group will be held on Friday 27 October 2017 at the University of Stirling - further updates will follow via e-circular and the SFG website.