Issued by the Atlantic Salmon Trust



The AST is delighted to announce that Dr Elvira de Eyto and Dr Lorraine Hawkins haveagreed to join the Honorary Scientific Research Panel (HSAP). This group of eminent scientists play a pivotalrole in guiding the AST Executive Team and Board on the quality of the scienceundertaken and offer advice on new and emerging areas of science in which theTrust might consider getting involved in.
Dr de Eyto has worked as a biologist for the Marine Institute in a core scientific post since 2003. The focus of her current job is the long term ecological monitoring of the Burrishoole catchment, Co. Mayo, (dashboard * Home), which is an internally important index site for the monitoring of diadromous fish stocks of the north Atlantic. Research interests include fish stock assessment, high frequency monitoring of aquatic ecosystems using sensors, the impact of climate and land use change on peatland catchments and network science. She has co-authored more than 75 peer reviewed publications on a diverse range of subjects.
Dr Hawkins is currently the current River Director on the Dee. She in 2008 as a Biologist, having previously worked with Fishery Boards and Marine Scotland Science. Her focus has been using science and research to deliver practical management. Her current role as River Director sees Lorraine charged with taking forward the Trust and Fishery Board to ensure sound management of the rivers, fish and fisheries within the district, delivered by the Dee’s strong, dedicated team.
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