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Restoring Freshwater Mussel Rivers in England

Symposium – Restoring Freshwater Mussel Rivers in England
Dates: 3 – 5 October 2018
Location: Lancaster Conference Centre, Lancaster University, LA1 4YW
Programme: Please follow [this link] to download the symposium programme.
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Temporary Rivers

Temporary rivers are natural ecosystems that transition between flowing, pool and dry states, creating diverse aquatic–terrestrial habitat mosaics. These dynamic habitats are common in the UK’s cool, wet climate and take many forms, from headwater streams that may dominate networks in remote uplands, to the celebrated ‘winterbourne’ rivers that cross the chalk of south England.

Addendum to notice of the 88th AGM

Following the nomination of two additional new Board members, there is an Addendum to the agenda for the 88th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Freshwater Biological Association. Biographies and a nomination form can be found here.

Our Honorary Research Fellows will deliver a series of presentations on their recent scientific work during the afternoon, immediately before the AGM (Monday 23 October from 13.15 hrs). The agenda for the afternoon can be found here.

We would be delighted to welcome members to this stimulating opportunity to hear from our distinguished colleagues. Please let know if you plan to attend, in order that we can provide sufficient refreshments.

We look forward to seeing many of you on the 23rd.

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