Online seaweed identification workshop

We're delighted that Dr Kathryn Schoenrock-Rossiter of the KelpRes project is once again offering her vast expertise on all things algae related. This workshop will cover how to identify, press and appreciate the importance of the common seaweeds in Irish waters. It's intended to be aimed at complete novices and those who know their way ... Read more Online seaweed identification workshop

KelpRes – the diversity and resilience of kelp ecosystems in Ireland

KelpRes is an EPA funded project run by NUI Galway exploring the biology, ecology and genetics of kelp (Laminaria hyperborea) in Ireland. This talk by Dr Kathryn Schoenrock-Rossiter will explore some of the key findings of the project and how you can get involved in monitoring your local kelp ecosystem. It's difficult to overstate how ... Read more KelpRes – the diversity and resilience of kelp ecosystems in Ireland

Rays in Irish waters with Maya Harries of The Ray Project

Skates, more commonly known as rays, are a demersal fish that lay eggs on the seabed in shallow waters. Each species of skate is believed to have different nursery habitats; their behaviour and specific environment are still lacking in understanding. Over 70% of Irish native skates are classed as Near Threatened, Endangered or Critically Endangered ... Read more Rays in Irish waters with Maya Harries of The Ray Project

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