Coastwatch survey update!
Dear all who booked their survey sites, There is loads of fantastic information now in! Including the location of a new sea grass bed, a dead leather backed turtle, amazingly strange rubbish, beautiful photos of shores, and details like peacock worms and birds. Those who have surveyed and inputted data online: Thanks a million!!!! Could […]Continue reading
Our survey period has been extended to October 25th.
Coastwatchers – Our survey period has been extended to October 25th. This year we have seen a shift in survey results coming in. There is more on biodiversity including fascinating detail in extra notes with photos. However there is a slight reduction in area covered. To try and reach last year’s > 600 survey units […]Continue reading
Upcoming: Ploughing Championships, training in Sandycove
Coastwatch will be at the ploughing championships again – this Wednesday 23rd Sandycove – Training in the Biosphere reserve Friday 25th at 3 pmContinue reading
Women and the Sea Symposium, September 25th-26th, Dun Laoghaire
‘Women and the Sea’ symposium is next weekend in the National Maritime Museum of Ireland in Dun Laoghaire. Please find attached the final programme for the symposium, which gives details of the schedule of lectures, presentations, and exhibitions. Copies of the programme will be available in your symposium welcome pack which can be collected at the […]Continue reading
All Ireland Coastwatch Survey 2015 (Sept 15th – Oct 15th)
Visit our survey page to find all relevant documents and links for the All Ireland Coastwatch Survey 2015 (Sept 15th – Oct 15th). If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org us or leave a comment on our Facebook page. Press Release 15 September 2015 THE ANNUAL COASTWATCH SURVEY STARTS TODAY SEPT 15TH. COASTWATCH IS LOOKING […]Continue reading
Saturday 25th July: Launch of Coastwatch results for biodiversity and marine litter
Hi all, On Saturday 25th July we are having the launch of Coastwatch results for biodiversity and marine litter- please find details on this link Coastwatch survey results invite GalwayContinue reading
Coastwatch at the Rose Festival – Raheny Dublin: 18th and 19th July
Tomorrow Sat and Sunday : Coastwatch at the Rose Festival – Raheny Dublin Sat 18th – 3 pm launch of our final Dublin area shell poster biodiversity gastropods and bivalves Dublin Coastwatch The poster is also available on this link: Coastwatch seashell poster biodiversity bivalves Dublin Coast july 2015 versionContinue reading