International Conference 1998
Impact Studies - Are they Worthwhile?
postage: Ireland - €2.00; UK & Europe - €4.00;
of the World - €4.00)
Mr. Matt Murphy, Director, Sherkin Island Marine Station
Island Marine Station Environmental Award - 1998
Presented to Dr. Gillian Bishop
Mr. Noel Dempsey, T.D., Minister of the Environment &
Local Government, Dublin, Ireland.
The United States System"
Mr. Robert W. Hargrove, Chief, Strategic Planning and
Multi-Media Programs Branch, US EPA Region II, New York, USA.
are they Worthwhile? A Personal View Based on Experience with
Mr. Iain Maclean, Environmental Protection Agency, Wexford,
EIA a Bureaucratic Hurdle of a Useful Tool for Safeguarding
the Environment? - 10 years Experience from the UK"
Dr. Andrew Brookes, Options Appraisal Manager, Environment
Agency, London, UK.
Developments on Environmental Impact Assessments"
Ms. Mary Moylan, Principal Officer, Planning Section,
Department of the Environment and Local Government, Dublin,
Mr. Stefan Ruchti, EIA-Unit, Department of Sustainable
Development, Swiss Agency for the Environment, Forests and
Landscape, Berne, Switzerland.
Years of Baseline Studies at Sherkin Island Marine Station
- What they tell us"
Dr. Gillian Bishop, Loan of Durno, Aberdeen, Scotland.
of Long term Monitoring from a US NGO Viewpoint"
Dr. Dennis Suszkowski, Hudson River Foundation for Science
& Environmental Research Inc., New York, USA.
Years of Environmental Impact Studies: (Some of) What the
US has learned?"
Mr. Michael Ludwig, NOAA, NMFS, Milford, Connecticut,
Interpretation of EIS by a Local Authority"
Brian Archer, Planning Department, Cork County Council, Cork,
Impact Studies - Are they Worthwhile?: The Industrial Experience"
Mr. Tadg O'Flaherty, Environmental Services Manager, Ove
Arup & Partners, Dublin, Ireland.
Reality of Preparing an Enviromental Impact Study in the UK"
Mr. Chris Young, Principal Hydrogeologist WRc plc, Medmenham,
Marlow, Bucks, UK.
Importance of Rocks and Groundwater in Preparing an EIS"
Mr. Donal Daly, Geological Survey of Ireland, Dublin,
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