Month: November 2013

SEPA latest on the lower Clyde fish kill

Willie Yeomans, Catchment Manager of the Clyde River Foundation, attended the Clyde Water Framework Directive AAG meeting on October 11th where Stephen Cowie and George Rattray of SEPA presented the findings of an investigation into the fish kill which occurred more »

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New Masters student adding value to CRIMP

Thomas Hobson (University of Glasgow) is undertaking his first MRes project on CRIMP, supervised by the Clyde River Foundation. His project sets out to determine the accuracy of CRIMP data (by looking at the sources of error in the sampling more »

Posted in crimp_news, Education, News

Girls’ Brigade get sampling for Duke of Edinburgh Award

The Avon Angling Association CRIMP team has been joined by members of Stonehouse Girls’ Brigade to undertake riverfly monitoring. Club secretary David Paterson thought it would be an excellent idea to involve members of the Girls’ Brigade, who are working more »

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Clydebelt Newsletter introduces CRIMP

Sam Gibson, one of our trained CRIMP volunteers in the Dalmuir Park area, is the Secretary of Clydebelt – a group dedicated to retaining and enhancing the heritage and green belt status of the Kilpatrick Hills and their surrounding environment in Clydebank, Dumbarton, Milngavie, Bearsden more »

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