Watch one of our previous webinars
Bats; legal protection and best practice
Wednesday March 2nd 2022 @ 10am
All species of bat in the UK and Ireland are protected by law and to avoid prosecution and monetary fines, it is important that you understand how their presence could affect your projects.
Join one of the expert members of APEM’s Terrestrial Ecology team for our next webinar. Senior Ecologist Alan Cowlishaw will be providing an overview of how and why bats are protected and APEM’s best practice approach to protected species surveys.
How much water does a river need – do statistics have the answer?
Wednesday January 26th 2022 @ 10am
This webinar delivered by APEM’s data science lead Dr Andy Davey, will chart the historical development of hydro-ecological modeling, describe present-day applications to surface water and groundwater management issues, and explore future implications for environmental monitoring and assessment.
Maximizing value from marine ecological survey design webinar
December 2021 8th @ 10am
APEM’s Marine team discuss how we maximize value from marine ecological survey design.
Assessing the ecological impacts of abstractions and impoundments – lessons and challenges
October 20th 2021 @ 10am
Associate Director, Hannah Austin from APEM’s Freshwater Biology team discusses the ecological impacts of abstraction and impoundments.
The importance of sediment in water quality in Ireland’s inland waterbodies
August 4th 2021 @ 10am
Associate Director, Heather Webb from APEM’s Freshwater Biology team discusses sediment water quality.
Hydromorphology in Ireland – issues and solutions
June 9th 2021 @ 10am
Dan Cadman from APEM’s Physical Aquatic discusses some of the issues and possible solutions for Ireland.
What lies beneath: practical applications in marine invasive and non-native species management
May 26th 2021 @ 10am
Join some of APEM’s specialists and guest speaker Dr Jenni Kakkonen, Marine Biologist Orkney Islands Council, Harbor authority, for our webinar covering marine invasive species management actions.
Infrastructure – a view from above using aerial surveys
May 19th 2021 @ 10am
The APEM Remote Sensing Team share an overview of the application of the latest remote sensing technology for new infrastructure projects.
Microscopic work for macroscopic projects
April 14th 2021 @ 10am
Nicola Pennisi from APEM’s BioLabs team presented an overview of what is uncovered under the microscope from marine and freshwater samples.
Remote Sensing Applications for the Water Industry Webinar
February 10th 2021
APEM’s Divisional Director of Remote Sensing, David Campbell and Divisional Director of Ireland, Eliot Taylor delivered an overview of the applications of digital aerial surveys and how it can provide meaningful data quickly to support management decisions.