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Opportunity for anglers to contribute to Cefas project - Engaging anglers as citizen scientists

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Engaging anglers as citizen scientists

Cefas are working to engage anglers as citizen scientists to map the distribution and health of wild freshwater and marine fish. To achieve this we are developing a free electronic logbook (smartphone app) as a reporting platform, which we hope anglers will also find valuable for recording their fishing experiences.
 

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The profile of a ‘perfect’ invader – the case of killer shrimp, Dikerogammarus villosus

Killer shrimp

Click here for link to a 2014 review of the killer shrimp, as published in Aquatic Invasions (2014) Volume 9, Issue 3

 

River Partnership Conference for RP Tutors, ARMI Hub Coordinators and Group Coordinators - Wednesday 19th November, Flett Theatre, Natural History Museum (NHM), London

RP would like to invite all RP tutors, ARMI Hub and Group coordinators to attend a one-day conference in the Flett Theatre, NHM, London. The conference will consist of five morning presentations followed by afternoon breakout sessions, feedback and discussion. Please see the draft format below for more details.

Developing a methodology for more detailed freshwater invertebrate investigations

A number of ARMI groups have specified an interest in being able to undertake species level invertebrate surveys, in addition to ARMI monitoring, to effect positive change in freshwater and terrestrial management practices.

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