We look forward to welcoming you to the next instalment in the FBA's seminar series, entitled, "Life in Freshwater Restoration: Forgotten Habitats, Lost Fish and Ghosts in the Fields" by Carl Sayer.
Carl started his academic career at Loughborough University where he was heavily influenced by the holistic thinking of the late great Geoff Petts. He stayed on for his PhD at Loughborough on Gravel-pit lake palaeoecology and since this time he has been based in the Environmental Change Research Centre at UCL where, for the last 20 years (initially as a NERC fellow and now as a Professor), he has run the MSc Aquatic Conservation, Ecology & Restoration. Carl’s research focuses strongly on the restoration of freshwater habitats including lakes, ponds and rivers and combines ecological and palaeoecological studies. Carl is also an active conservationist. He is a founder of the River Glaven Conservation Group and Norfolk Ponds Project and a member of the Blueprint for Water Government lobby group.
"I will recall my life so far researching and more recently restoring freshwater habitats. My talk will feature stories on the conservation of little championed habitats and species and will finish in a sparkling top to bottom of the catchment future vision for UK freshwater habitats."
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We look forward to seeing you all there.