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Understanding, communicating and managing uncertainty and risk related to future changes in catchments.

Irish mini-catchments programme making good progress

Last week I joined colleagues from the US and Ireland to chair the steering group of the Irish Mini Catchments Programme, now in its half way point of an initial 5 years of funding c 2007-11. On this occasion the meeting was in the West, Co.s Galway and Mayo and this was the first time I had attended the steering group when the team was truely up and running. It reminded me that in any new catchment programme – like the one we are currently rolling out inthe UK – that it takes time to get things running. Phil Jordan and colleagues from Teagasc are doing a most excellent job in taking the initiative forward with some new new long-term data sets from around the country. I think that this is at the moment the best such programme in the world that I am aware f but I am worried that it must continue with funding beyind the current end projected for 2011. Catchment change is a long term game, we must consolidate on investments and see out initiatives into the future. Well done to Phil and colleagues, I look forward to the next meeting. Here are a few pictures from the meeting …..

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