Tuesday, 11 March 2014

Natur Cymru 50th edition - a freshwater theme

'Standing in it' by Gerald Dewsbury.
Trapped in Tre'r Ddol by floodwater, Gerald took
  the chance to sketch the effects of the floods on wildlife.
His work can be seen at Ffin y Parc, Betws y Coed;
the Royal Cambrian Academy, Conwy;
the Kooywood Gallery, Cardiff; and the
Twenty Twenty Gallery, Much Wenlock.
Natural history – Marilyn Lewis. Bridging the gap between the historic and natural environment

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

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