Thursday 10 April: Aquaculture, OPW Flood Conference

Coastwatch invited to participate in the 2 day European Commission Aquaculture guideline for good practice workshop in Dublin and to give a short presentation on good practice. Any examples v welcome. Please email Karin directly kdubsky@coastwatch.org Coastwatchers are participating in the OPW Flood conference (www.opw.ie/en/latestnews/articleheading,30519,en.html) in Dublin Castle. Hopefully this will be the taster for […]

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Meetings coming up for Coastwatch

Coastwatch is attending the BIM aquaculture meeting at Aviva Stadium on Wednesday 2 April BIM Aviva Also participating in the Marine Litter forum (Marisco) at the Morrison Hotel Marisco meeting On Thursday, Coastwatch is presenting at the annual Environmental Law conference at UCC. Environmental Law conference at UCC On Monday 7th April at 10 am, […]

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Marine Protected Areas Conference

Marine Protected Areas Conference, 24th March 2014

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HOPE Conference

GEOTA Portugal and Ireland meet at HOPE Conference (Healthy Oceans Productive Ecosystems), Brussels 3-4 March 2014

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Coastwatch results 2013

Tuesday January 7th 2014 Dublin TCD Museum Building M21 from 11 – 4pm and Thursday 9th January 2014 (Dublin venue tbc) small Coastwatch results discussion, implication and planning meetings. We will go through results and relate these to government policy, EU law as it effects Ireland North and South.  We welcome all Coastwatchers and need […]

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Coastwatch survey extended to Sunday 20th October

The island of Ireland Coastwatch survey has been extended to Sunday 20th Oct 2013. The weekend spring tides provide a last opportunity: ‣to explore rarely exposed lowest shores and discover wonderful native species ‣take an extra look at shores near harbours and aquaculture installations to check for invasive alien species ‣note locations where sea and […]

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Coastwatch Survey 2012 — 25th Anniversary

[h4][focus_color]Coastwatch Survey[/focus_color] 2012[/h4] What’s involved: walking a chosen piece of coast – we call it ‘‘survey unit‘ – once around low tide, eyes peeled for lots of information set out in the questionnaire and noting down your observations. Water quality tests may be used to check out the quality of streams and other inflows. Information you gather is […]

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