Tuesday, 11 March 2014
Natur Cymru 50th edition - a freshwater theme
Hydro-electric schemes – Kyle Young. Producing renewable energy without destroying ecosystems
Weather extremes in Wales – an historical perspective. Sarah Davies and Cerys Jones. What can we learn from the weather of the past?
Pearls in Peril – Elain Gwilym.
Afon Eden and the ongoing battle to save the freshwater pearl mussel
Monitoring Wales's only Marine Nature Reserve – Blaise Bullimore. The value of long term monitoring
Y Tywyddiadur – Duncan Brown a Twm Elias. Yn cofnodi tywydd a ffenoleg yng Nghymru
"The Professionals" – the rise of the modern ecologist. Fred Slater. The journey from the eccentric amateur to the Chartered Ecologist
People and pine martens – David Bavin. The feasibility of reintroduction
In pine marten footsteps – gathering the evidence. Tom Fairfield. Tunnels and tracking boards, papers and prints
Woods and forests – Rebecca Good and Kylie Jones. Bryophytes in ancient woodland
Nature at large – Ivy Denham. Habitat management at Pistyll Gwyn
Discoveries in science – Cindy Howells. New species of fossil crinoid discovered in south Wales
Plants at large – Simon Goodenough. Daffodils
Teyrnged i Morgan Parry/Tribute to Morgan Parry – Duncan Brown a Jane Davidson
Islands round-up – Geoff Gibbs. News from Flat Holm, Ramsey, Skokholm and Skomer
Life lines - Catherine Duigan, Nicola Rimington, Paul Brazier and Raymond Roberts.
After the storm – counting the wildlife cost