By Ossi Turunen, Bournemouth University I attended a Career Spotlight event at Bournemouth University on Monday 15th October to present my own experiences with the SAMARCH project and to meet new inspiring people. The event started with a keynote speaker
By Ossi Turunen, Bournemouth University Alongside tagging Atlantic salmon and brown trout one part of the project carried out by the SAMARCH team involves mapping out the type of habitat the fish are living in on certain long term river reaches.
BGM and Marie Wild filmed, in Rennes, the salmonids scale reading process, as well as the genetic analysis carried out from the DNA collected on the scales. Researchers from INRA (Rennes) were also interviewed. Soon, you will discover where salmonid
Normandie Grands Migrateurs et Bretagne Grands Migrateurs, with the help of a wildlife reporter, filmed sea trout capture on the Touques, scale sampling and fishes’ release. Interviews of BGM and NGM explaining the objectives of SAMARCH program and the importance
Alongside tagging Atlantic salmon and brown trout one part of the project carried out by the SAMARCH-team involves mapping out the type of the habitat the fish are living in on certain long term river reaches.
Becca Carter, a student from Bournemouth University, gives us her thoughts on her time working on the SAMARCH project with GWCT during August and September 2018.
On 11-12 September, GWCT fisheries scientist Dr Stephen Gregory, co-lead of SAMARCH Workpackage 3 – Salmon Stock Assessment Models, met with colleagues from our SAMARCH partner the Environment Agency, Centre for the Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science and Natural Resources Wales,
After almost 23 consecutive days in the field, today we achieved our target of tagging 10,000 juvenile salmon and 3,000 juvenile trout with the small PIT tags as part of the SAMARCH project WPT3 work-package, which aims to improve the
Since August 28th a lot has happened. I have been working with the SAMARCH team every day and what great days have they been!
The GWCT fisheries department have been flat out over the last two weeks on the river Frome catching and tagging 10,000 young salmon and 3,000 young trout as part of the SAMARCH project. These young fish are individually tagged with