International Conference 1987
River and Coastal Pollution
it be Contained?"
postage: Ireland - €2.00; UK & Europe - €4.00;
of the World - €4.00)
Matt Murphy, Director, Sherkin Island Marine Station
Mr. Padraig Flynn, T.D., Minister for the Environment,
Department of the Environment, Dublin, Ireland.
Ecosystems Approach to Pollution in the Great Lakes"
Dr. J.R. Vallentyne, Senior Scientist, Great Lakes Laboratory
of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Department of Fisheries
and Oceans, Canada Centre for Inland Waters, Burlington, Ontario,
Pollution in Ireland - Does it Present a Problem?"
Dr. Paul Toner, Water Resources Division, An Foras Forbartha,
in the Urban Sea: The Case of Long Island Sound, New York"
Dr. Donald Squire, Marine Sciences Institute, University
of Connecticut, CT, USA.
and Waste Management in the Oslo Fjord - A Case Study"
Prof. M . Abdullah, Department of Marine Zoology and Marine
Chemistry, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway.
Water in the Netherlands - Effects on Lakes, Rivers and the
Dr. W. J. Wolff, Research Insititute for Nature Management,
Leesrsum, The Netherlands.
Pollution - the Problem"
Mr. Liam Mullins, County Engineer, Cork County Council,
Conservation of Coastal Resources"
Dr. Jenny Baker, Field Studies Council, Preston Montford,
Montford Bridge, Shrewsbury, UK.
Irish Sea - is it Polluted?"
Dr. P.J. Boaden, Queen's University Marine Station, Portaferry,
Co. Down, Northern Ireland.
Fish Farms as Monitors of Pollution"
Dr. Ted Needham, Hayes McCubbin Macfarlane, Aberdeen,
Organic Pollution in UK Rivers - Prevention and Cure"
Mr. John Solbe, Principal, Biologist, Catchment Studies,
WRc Environment, Medmenham, Marlow, Bucks, UK.
Fisheries and Management in Ireland"
Dr. Michael Barry, former Manager, South Western Fisheries
Board, Macroom, Co. Cork, Ireland.
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