NORA Outreach Working Group Shares Experiences in Developing Information Boards

Sharing information via information boards or posters can be an effective way of communicating with a broad audience. (Photo: NORA 2 conference)

The NORA Outreach Working Group invites you to join them for their third bimonthly meeting, the first after the summer break, in which experts from the UK and Germany will share their experience in developing information boards on the seafront. …

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Open consultation of the draft NORA/UK-Ireland NON “European Guidelines on Biosecurity in Native Oyster Restoration”

NORA are delighted to invite experts to participate in the consultation on the draft European Guidelines on Biosecurity in Native Oyster Restoration. The NORA Biosecurity Working Group and the UK- Ireland Native Oyster Network have been working to provide new …

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NORA Outreach: Online question and answer session with Dr. Ian McLeod

Dr Ian McLeod, James Cook University

The NORA Outreach Working Group is delighted to announce a Question and Answer session with the marine habitat restoration communications expert Dr Ian McLeod, as part of the second bimonthly Outreach Working Group meeting taking place at 10am (CET) on Tuesday June …

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Open call: Seeking collaborators to develop the historical ecology of the European native oyster

Historical sketchs of wild oyster fisheries at Cockenzie, Scotland and spatting ponds in France from Bertram 1865.

The NORA Historical Ecology Working Group announces a call for collaborators to pull together data from scattered archives, historical news reports, naturalists reports and other sources from across the native range of the species. Expressions of interest are sought for …

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NORA Production Working Group to meet at Aquaculture Europe (2020) 2021

Large-scale micro-algae culture at a shellfish hatchery. Photo: Oscar Bos

Following the postponement of Aquaculture Europe 2020 in Cork, we have also updated our call for participants in the NORA Production Working Group meeting to take place at the conference. We invite you to join NORA for a face-to-face meeting …

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Real-time carbon budgets and the native oyster: carbon sink or source?

Oysters destined for restoration in the Dornoch Firth. Photo: John Paul/DEEP

Authors: Hannah Z. L. Lee & William G. Sanderson Oyster restoration is not just about restoring a species or restoring an ecosystem. In the long run, the recovery of oyster habitat has the potential to bolster lost ecosystem services, such …

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Aquaculture Europe 2020: Abstract deadline extended

Announcing a Session titled Shellfish Restoration and Conservation at the upcoming Aquaculture Europe 2020 in Cork, Ireland (Sept 29th – Oct 2nd). Abstracts due via www.aquaeas.eu, and the submission deadline is June 1st, 2020.   “Shellfish (oysters, clams, mussels) have seen a decline in population numbers providing incentive …

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