• Illustrating the ECHOES project 23/11/2020 - Laura SorvalaIllustrator at Laura Sorvala Illustration & Graphic Recording When ECHOES Project Manager Crona Hodges got in touch with me about ECHOES I got excited about being able to work on something that relates to climate change and nature. I guess it is part of me being Finnish – we have a deep connection with […]
  • Web platform – Tools, design and development 18/11/2020 - Progress October 2020 Dave DallaghanProject & Platform Development Manager, Compass Informatics The purpose of the ECHOES web platform is to promote climate change awareness, adaptation, risk prevention and management. Working closely with the other ECHOES Work Packages, Work Package 7 – lead by Compass Informatics – are currently developing the following on a phased basis: […]
  • Habitat and land cover mapping 18/11/2020 - Progress October 2020  Walther CamaroPost-doc Researcher, University College Cork  When seeking to understand the relationship between wild birds and natural environments, it is essential to identify the main characteristics and dynamics of habitats in which birds meet all their necessities for survival: food, water, shelter and nesting areas. In addition, migratory birds change habitats seasonally, seeking out similar habitats that meet their needs at different times […]
  • Species Distribution Modelling 30/10/2020 - Progress October 2020 Kim Kenobi Statistics Researcher on species distribution modelling, Aberystwyth University The initial focus of Work Package 3 (WP3) is to consider species distribution modelling for Curlew and Greenland White-fronted Geese at the broad scale of the whole of the UK and Ireland. An important aspect of the work for WP3 in this initial period of the ECHOES […]
  • Ramblings of a Project Manager: Hosting Webinars 28/10/2020 - Crona HodgesECHOES Project Manager July 23rd saw us launch ECHOES in a very different manner than had been planned months prior. We had originally hoped to hold the event at Aberystwyth University on World Curlew Day, 21st April; the venue had been booked, ideas drawn up on speakers and guests and plans were under way […]
  • Plea to bird watchers: Please report ringed Curlew! 22/10/2020 - The first group of wintering curlew on the Dyfi Estuary have now been fitted with British Trust for Ornithology rings and individual recognisable engraved colour-rings as part of a new research investigation. The ECHOES project will study curlew winter distribution and vulnerability to climate change in west Wales. This is a plea to bird watchers, […]
  • Aberystwyth University, Press Release 21/07/2020 - Launch of Ireland-Wales project on effects of climate change on coastal bird habitats Facebook0Tweet0LinkedIn0Email0
  • Aberystwyth University, Press Release 19/05/2020 - New study explores effects of climate change on coastal bird habitats Facebook0Tweet0LinkedIn0Email0
  • Welsh Government, Press Release 19/05/2020 - Wales and Ireland drive forward new collaboration Facebook0Tweet0LinkedIn0Email0