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Events

 

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Enabling Biodiversity Net Gain in the Planning System

Tuesday 3rd November
Online
Public Sector Rate: £389.00 Private Sector Rate: £575.00 Voluntary Sector Rate: £315.00

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Autumn Lecture Series Belfast: Georgian Town to Divided City 1770–1920

Thursday 5th November
Online
Free

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Discovery 2020! Conference at Queen’s University Belfast

Saturday 7th November
Online
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ICE Strategy Session: The value of community engagement on infrastructure projects

Tuesday 10th November
Online
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The future for Northern Ireland energy policy – the energy strategy and net zero targets, security of supply, and the impact on industry and consumers

Wednesday 18th November
Online
See website for details

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Where the land meets the sea – a holistic approach towards the sustainable management of the marine environment and natural resources

Wednesday 28 October 2020 - 28/10/20

Online

AFBI 3

 

Dr Heather Moore is a catchment and aquaculture science expert. Heather will provide an overview of the application of coastal catchment modelling in Northern Ireland. Her talk will also focus on the use of catchment models to manage the full range of ecosystem services supplied by shellfish, and the mitigation of eutrophication impacts.

Dr Adam Mellor is the programme lead for oceanography and limnology science research within AFBI. His presentation will outline the ongoing marine environmental monitoring work undertaken by AFBI and its importance for addressing key challenges such as climate change, environmental resilience and an ecosystem–based approach to marine resource management.

Dr Mathieu Lundy is programme lead for marine fisheries science research within AFBI. His talk will outline the scientific work underpinning a framework for integrating environmental factors and ecosystem function into fisheries management in the Irish Sea. He will present new advances in ecosystem–based approaches to fishery management and the contribution this is making to national and international policy.