The Freshwater Biological Association and Lancaster University are hosting a Windermere Science evening at the Old Laundry Theatre in Bowness on Wednesday 15th November. Please arrive for welcome drinks from 6pm and the presentations will begin at 6.30pm.
Join us for an evening of talks from the Freshwater Biological Association, UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Lancaster University and the Environment Agency. We will be discussing historical and current projects, research, and monitoring of water quality and ecology in the Windermere catchment. It is a chance to understand more about the main pressures that affect water quality, long term data and regulatory monitoring in the catchment. There will be a chance to ask questions to scientists about the state of Windermere and what needs to be done to improve its health.
- Freshwater Biological Association: ‘Setting the scene: Windermere’s history and current pressures on water quality’? presented by Dr. Lynsey Haper.
- UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology: ‘Long-term changes in the ecology of Windermere’. Presented by Steve Thackeray and Eleanor Mackay.
- Environment Agency: ‘Environment Agency water quality and regulatory monitoring’. Presented by Dave Hortin.
- Lancaster University: ‘Insights into the water quality of Windermere and its catchment from the Big Windermere Survey. Presented by Dr. Ben Surridge
Tickets are free for this event, please click on the Book Now link to secure yours. NB we are only issuing e-tickets for this event so please have your digital ticket available on your phone to be scanned by Box Offic staff on the evening. Your confirmation email will have a downloadable link to your ticket.
We look forward to welcoming you on the night.