MSc students bring Headford Biodiversity to Life
Friday, 10 January 2014
Pictured (back row, l-r): Aidan Windebanks, Shane Thompstone, Shweta Basu, Grainne Barron, Mary Caffrey, Ricky O’Brien, Aisling Silke, Tomás Connolly and Anna Trego. Front Row (l-r): Ríona Burke, Dr Caitriona Carlin, MSc in Sustainable Resource Management Policy and Practice Coordinator, and Michael Hehir. Photo by Joe Costelloe
Eleven MSc in Sustainable Resource Management Policy and Practice students at NUI Galway recently carried out surveys of the biodiversity found along the Sandybanks lane for Headford Environmental Group and the local community. As part of the project the students carried out habitat mapping, and recorded plants and animals along stretches of the lane.
The taught MSc in Sustainable Resource Management Policy and Practice is a multidisciplinary course jointly run by NUI Galway and UL.
As part of the project the students gave an informative talk and created a leaflet for people from Headford town to find out more about the lane’s biodiversity as they walk along the lane.
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