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3rd Ecology and Evolution Ireland Conference. Hosted Online by University College Cork.
The solicitor-led lunchtime Intermediate to Advanced level online workshop on Friday 11th December will deal with recent Irish and CJEU case law. There will be a Q&A session with experienced legal personnel.
The annual legal workshop will be held with McCann FitzGerald solicitors and led by their in-house experts on Environmental and Planning Law, the Habitats Directive, and litigation in respect of these. This lunchtime event will include an update on recent case law (including key Irish and CJEU cases) as well as providing the opportunity for the usual extended interactive Q&A session with the legal personnel. It will be run as an online Zoom workshop on Friday 11th December, following the format from previous years, presentations followed by a Q&A session.
The Coastwatch Survey is designed to give an overview of the state of the coast. It involves volunteers from all walks of life checking their chosen 500m stretch of coast (survey unit) once around low tide, and jotting observations down on the survey questionnaire while on the shore.
Stonewort Identification. 12 September at 10am. Charophytes, or Stoneworts, are complex aquatic green algae which can be tricky to identify.
Introduction to Aquatic Plant Identification. 5 September at 10am. This webinar will cover the main growth forms of aquatic plants, the key features you need to consider, resources to help with identification, and equipment used for sampling.
National Heritage Week celebrates all things heritage. It brings together communities, families, organisations, cultural institutions, academics and enthusiasts, to build awareness about the value of heritage and support its conservation.
Events include Dip your toe in the water on Water Heritage Day this Sunday August 23rd.
The 2nd International Conference on Natural and Constructed Wetlands is taking place this year in Galway, June 23rd to 25th, hosted by NUI Galway.
Conference themes include: Wetland ecology and conservation, wetlands and climate change/carbon cycling, peatlands, wetlands in watershed management and flood control and stakeholder collaboration in wetland conservation.
Event cancelled due to the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak.
The Coastwatch Survey is designed to give an overview of the state of the coast. It involves volunteers from all walks of life checking their chosen 500m stretch of coast (survey unit) once around low tide, and jotting observations down on the survey questionnaire while on the shore. This citizen science work can be augmented with water tests. Data is then collected and pooled to provide a snapshot of state in areas surveyed at that time.