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Native oysters: conserving a commercially fished species

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Cass Bromley, who is studying at Queen’s University Belfast for a PhD related to sustainable management approaches for European native oysters with the IBIS Project, will talk about the history of oyster fishing, the ecological importance of oysters and how unusually managers of a commercially fished species are increasingly also obliged to consider environmental sustainability.

IBIS is a partnership of the Loughs Agency, University of Glasgow and Queen’s University Belfast and is funded by the EU’s INTERREG IVA Programme, with additional support from the Ireland and Northern Ireland Governments and the University of Glasgow.

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