Targeted at scientists, managers and other fishery stakeholder interests in the public and private sectors, the central aim is to promote the wider application of an evidence-based approach to the future management and regulation of the sea trout and to ensure that its often very special needs become fully integrated into catchment management plans and environmental impact assessments.
Symposium topics include:
- Understanding Anadromy
- Populations & Management
- Movements & Migration
- Ecology & Behaviour
- Monitoring & Surveillance
- Threat Assessment
- Future management and research
- Full 3-Day Delegate Package = €330 (includes Gala dinner and a copy of proceeding).
- Basic 3-day Delegate Package = €230.
- Student Delegate Package = €150. (Available only to Ph.D. and M.Sc. students)
- Daily Attendance Package = €70.
Closing Date for Registration is 5.00pm, 5th October 2015
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The 2nd International Sea Trout Symposium will be held in Dundalk (Ireland) which is a pretty, historic town (charter granted in 1189) located in County Louth. The town’s name, which was historically written in Irish as Dún Dealgan (meaning Dalgan’s Stronghold), has associations with the mythical warrior Cú Chulainn. Dundalk has a long connection with sea trout as it is situated where the famous sea trout river, the Castletown River, flows into Dundalk Bay. The town is close to the border with Northern Ireland and equidistant from Dublin and Belfast.