ZSL Citizen Science Forum 2019

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Prince Albert Suite

Zoological Society of London

London

NW1 4RY

United Kingdom

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This is an opportunity for us to thank you all for working on citizen science projects throughout 2019, and to feedback on what is done with the data collected.

PLEASE ENTER THE SITE VIA THE PRINCE ALBERT GATE

The programme for the day will be as follows:

10:00 - Doors open - refreshments provided

10:30 - Welcome ( Dominic Jermey, Director General of ZSL)

10:35 - A review of the riverfly monitoring initiative in London and plans for the future (Joe Pecorelli, ZSL)

10:50 - Emerging threats in freshwater (Craig MacAdam, Director of Conservation, Buglife)

Q&A

11:30 - BREAK

11:45 - A review of the outfall safari projects in 2019 and Thames Water plans (Kimberley Rodwell, Thames Water & Phoebe Shaw Stewart, ZSL)

12:00 - How good can an urban river get? (Bella Davis, Director of South East Rivers Trust)

Q&A

12:30 LUNCH

13:30 - A review of the 2019 eel monitoring programme (Abbie Nye, ZSL)

13:40 - Thames yellow eel population study (Thea Cox, ZSL)

13:50 - How do you make an eel? (Darryl Clifton-Dey, Chair of the Thames Eel Management Plan, Environment Agency)

Q&A

14:30 - END

You will be free to wander around the zoo following the event until it closes at 16:00


Any volunteers that have contributed to eel monitoring, an Outfall Safari and the River Monitoring Initiative in London (including those working with our RMI partners; South East Rivers Trust, London Wildlife Trust, Land of the Fanns and Thames21) are most welcome to join the forum.


Once registered you will recieve joining instructions a few days before the event. *Please make the organisers aware if you would like to attend only the morning or afternoon sessions*



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Zoological Society of London

London

NW1 4RY

United Kingdom

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