SSIFI presents AMBER in the Center for Biological and Chemical Sciences of the University of WarsawDecember 20, 2017
European Barrier Atlas Meeting in MilanDecember 21, 2017
WP4 Case Studies and WP5 Communication and Dissemination meetings
On 14th and 15th November two important meetings were celebrated in Silkeborg (Denmark) and Amsterdam (The Netherlands) to discuss the work packages progress and the main points on how to move on.
Swansea University (SU), Technical University of Denmark (DTU), University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI), European Regional Centre for Ecohydrology (ERCE) and Stanisław Sakowicz Inland Fisheries Institute (SSIFI) revised the seven ongoing case studies and the different tools to be tested in each of them.
Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
Carlos Garcia de Leaniz and Ian Dodkins continued their trip and attended the WP5 meeting hosted by the WATERNET Regional Water Authority. Swansea University (SU) and World Fish Migration Foundation (WFMF) reviewed the progress of the first 18 months of the project and discussed new ideas for the Action Plan which will include, amongst others, the Launch Events of the Barrier Tracker app and Citizen Science Portal in April 2018.
Members of the SU and WFMF teams