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Have a look at this video explaining what local communities can do to improve water quality in their catchments

Check out some of our citizen science local community water programmes in Roscommon, Longford, Louth , Mayo and recently completed Monaghan

A Donegal waterfall

On an intercalibration exercise!

Monitoring Quality Ratings (Q-Values) for rivers.

WFD-compliant ecological status sampling and assessments for a range of biological quality elements (macroinvertebrates, aquatic macrophytes and filamentous algae) plus river hydromorphology assessments (RHAT).

Investigative Assessment

In-depth monitoring and pinpointing of potential pollution sources within catchments.


Training to provide Small Streams Risk Score (SSRS) capability. This system is required by the EPA for many of its licences.

Citizen Science - Community Water Management Training & Atlantic Salmon Trust - Small Streams Characterisation (with Prof. Ken Whelan).

Advisory & Research

Research projects - advisory role such as steering committees and assessment of project proposals.

Valuable long-term experience in participation and management of environmental research projects. Active participation in research projects on specialist niche tasks.

Modelling & Analytics

Ecological modelling of transitional and coastal waters and freshwaters.

Analysis of large data archives especially environmental datasets.

Statistical analysis and visualisation of underlying patterns.

GIS analysis and mapping of catchments.

For more detail on publications and expertise - check out my ResearchGate pages.