What can we do to improve land and water management in the River Eden catchment?
The highly successful 2011 Catchment Science meeting held at The Mansion House, Dublin, jointly hosted by Irish Agricultural Catchments Programme (Teagasc/DAFF) and the UK Demonstration Test Catchments Projects (Defra/EA) was well supported, with over 200 delegates. A selection of the posters and powerpoint slides presented by members of the EdenDTC team can be accessed by […]
The full program for the joint Teagasc, Ireland and DTC, UK, conference on Catchment Science is detailed in the third circular. Catchment Science third Circular Registration and venue details at: www.teagasc.ie/catchmentscience
The joint Sensors for Water Interest Group (SWIG) and EdenDTC workshop brought together over 40 delegates at the Newton Rigg Campus, University of Cumbria, where a series of presentations and practical demonstrations were held in the morning, followed by a field tour of the Newton Rigg demonstration farm platform in the afternoon.
The Second Circular for the ‘Catchment Science 2011’ conference in Dublin has been published by & the website has been launched at www.teagasc.ie/catchmentscience.
EdenDTC is hosting a meeting for the Sensors for Water Interest Group on the Demostration Test Catchment approach on 23 March 2011.
Catchment Science 2011 in Dublin, Sept 14th – 16th 2011 is an International Conference aimed at scientists, policy makers, farmers and land managers.