Oral Presenations

Breen P., Brown S., Rogan E. 2015. Where is the risk? A spatial assessment for cetacean by-catch hotspots in fisheries. 29th Conference of the European Cetacean Society. 23rd - 25th March, St. Julian's Bay, Malta

Fontaine M., Roland K., Calves I., Austerlitz F., Palstra F.P., Tolley K.A., Ryan S., Ferreira M., Jauniaux T., Llavona A., Ozturk B., Ozturk A.A., Ridoux V., Rogan E., Sequeira M., Siebert U., Vikingsson G.A., Borrell A., Michaux J.R., Aguilar A. 2015. Postglacial rise of three ecotypes of harbour porpoises, Phocoena phocoena, in western Palearctic waters. 29th Conference of the European Cetacean Society. 23rd - 25th March, St. Julian's Bay, Malta

Gallagher M.C., Culloty S., McAllen R. O'Riordan R. 2015. Pushing the limits? An invasive species at its southern European range limit. 25th Environmental Researchers Colloquium ENVIRON 2015, 8th - 10th April 2015, IT Sligo, Sligo, Ireland.

Gosch M., Jessop M., Rogan E., Cosgrove R., Cronin M. 2015. Are seals and inshore fisheries targeting the same food source? 29th Conference of the European Cetacean Society. 23rd - 25th March, St. Julian's Bay, Malta

Hernandez-Milian G., Reid D., Rogan E. 2015. Foraging strategies of an offshore predator: the striped dolphin (Stenella coeruleoalba). 29th Conference of the European Cetacean Society. 23rd - 25th March, St. Julian's Bay, Malta

Rogan E., Reeves R., Read A. 2015. Too many cooks? The lack of a coherent marine mammal management and conservation framework in the EU. 29th Conference of the European Cetacean Society. 23rd - 25th March, St. Julian's Bay, Malta

 

Poster Presentations

Nykanen M., Rogan E., Ingram S. 2015. Estimating the abundance of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) on the west coast of Ireland using Bayesian Inference in multi-site mark recapture. 29th Conference of the European Cetacean Society. 23rd - 25th March, St. Julian's Bay, Malta

Oral Presentations

1. Gunning D., Hughes A., Loucaidis A., Rebours C., Israel D., Attwood D., Kletou D., Angel D., Johansen J.,  Brunner L., Chiantore M., Co R., Atack T. & Speirs, W.  2014. Implementation of IMTA systems for different habitats in Europe.  Session: Beyond Monoculture (The EU IDREEM Project).  Aquaculture Europe 2014, 14-17th October 2014, Donostia - San Sebastian, Spain.

2. Gunning D., Harman L., Kiely M., Nunan R., Jones P., Horgan B. & Burnell G. 2014.  Designing a marine aquaponics (maraponics) system to model IMTA. Aquaculture Europe 2014, 14-17th October 2014, Donostia - San Sebastian, Spain.

 

 

Oral Presentations

1. Cipriano A., Culloty S.C., Burnell G. & Ryan P. 2013.  Effects of immunostimulants on the purple sea urchin Paracentrotus lividus.  Asian-Pacific Aquaculture 2013, 11th-13th December, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

2. Lynch S.A., Villalba A., Engelsma M., Stokes N.A., Burreson E. & Culloty S.C. 2013. A parasite can have a significant impact on the ecology of the cockle Cerastoderma edule. SUSFISH 4Sea Conference, 12th - 13th March 2013, Welsh Government Buildings, Llandudno Junction, Wales, UK.

 

Poster Presentations

1. Prado-Alvarez M., Darmody G., Lynch S., Maloy A., Cotterill J., Wontner-Smith T. & Culloty S.C. 2013. In vivo immunostimulation of the flat oyster Ostrea edulis and tissue targeting by microspheres uptake. 1st International Conference of Fish and Shellfish Immunology, 25th-28th June 2013, Vigo, Spain. 

2. Flannery G., Lynch S. & Culloty S.C. 2013.  Investigating the existence of a vector or reservoir of Bonamia ostreae

3. Lynch S.A. & Culloty S.C. 2013. Haplosporidium nelsoni and Haplosporidium amoricanum detected in Irish oysters. SUSFISH 4Sea Conference, 12th - 13th March 2013, Welsh Government Buildings Llandudno Junction, Wales, UK.

4. Lynch S.A., Morgan E. & Culloty S.C. 2013. Investigation into the prevalence and distribution of pathogens in cultured and wild populations of mussels Mytilus spp. in Ireland. SUSFISH 4Sea Conference, 12th - 13th March 2013, , Welsh Government Buildings Llandudno Junction, Wales, UK.

5. Lynch S.A., Cross M.O’ Grady, E., Morgan E., O’ Riordan R. & Culloty S. 2013. Shellfish productivity in the Irish Sea: working towards a sustainable future (SUSFISH). SUSFISH 4Sea Conference,12th - 13th March 2013, Welsh Government Buildings Llandudno Junction, Wales, UK.

 

Oral Presentations

1. Benchikh, H., Lordon, C., Codling, E. & Rogan, E. 2012.  Time series analysis of landings of Nephrops norvegicus from the Porcupine bank, Aran grounds, Celtic Sea and Irish Sea. The 9th Marine Biological Association Postgraduate Conference, 21-24 May 2012, University College Cork, Ireland.

2. Culloty, S.C. 2012. Diseases in the marine environment.  The 9th Marine Biological Association Postgraduate Conference, 21-24 May 2012, University College Cork, Ireland. Keynote Speaker.

3. Culloty, S.C., Lynch, S., Curran, E., O'Grady, E., Fermer, J., Morgan, E., Smith, C., Rachinskii, D., Ironside, J., O'Callaghan, M. & Kelly, T.C. 2012. Unikaryon legeri has a significant impact on the ecology of the cockle Cerastoderma edule. 87th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Parasitologists, 13th - 16th July, Richmond, Virginia, USA.

4. Cross, M., Lynch, S., O’Riordan, R.M. & Culloty, S.C. 2012.  Aspects of the biology of clam species in the Irish Sea. The 9th Marine Biological Association Postgraduate Conference, 21-24 May 2012, University College Cork, Ireland.

5. Englund A., Ingram S. & Rogan E. 2012. An acoustic approach to the study of bottlenose dolphin community structure in Irish waters. 26th European Cetacean Society Conference, 26th - 28th March, Galway, Ireland.

6. Englund, A., Ingram, S. & Rogan, E. 2012. An acoustic approach to the study of bottlenose dolphin community structure in Irish waters. The 9th Marine Biological Association Postgraduate Conference, 21st - 24th May 2012, University College Cork, Ireland.

7. Feis, M.E., Thieltges, D.W., Olsen, J.L., De Montaudouin, X., Jensen, K.T., Bazairi, H., Culloty, S.C. & Luttikhuizen, P.C. 2012. Parasite population genetic structure in relation to definitive host type.  Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, 2012 Annual Meeting, 3rd-7th January, Charleston, South Carolina, USA.

8. Flannery, G., Lynch, S., Carlsson, J., Cross, T. & Culloty, S.C. 2012. Updates on the prevalence of Bonamia ostreae at two Irish sites. 5th International Microcell Working Group, 8th - 13th February,  Lelystad, the Netherlands.

9. Flannery, G., Lynch, S., Carlsson, J., Cross, T. & Culloty, S. 2012. An assessment of the on-going impact of the pathogen Bonamia ostreae in the European flat oyster Ostrea edulis at two sites with different histories of exposure.   104th National Shellfisheries Association (NSA) Annual Meeting, 25th- 29th March, Seattle, Washington, USA.

10. Gosch, M., Hernandez-Milian, M., Rogan, E., Jessop, M. and Cronin, M. 2012. Evidence of salmonids in the diet of grey seals (Halichoerus grypus) in southwest Ireland. The 9th Marine Biological Association Postgraduate Conference, 21-24 May 2012, University College Cork, Ireland.

11. Hernandez-Milian G., Gosch, M., Kavanagh, A., Doyle, A., Jessop, M., Cronin, M. & Rogan, E. 2012.  Seals, bottlenose dolphins and harbour porpoises: what “menu” do these coastal marine mammals have in common? The 9th Marine Biological Association Postgraduate Conference, 21-24 May 2012, University College Cork, Ireland.

12. Lynch, S., Flannery, G., Hugh-Jones, T.,  Hugh-Jones, D. & Culloty, S.C. 2012. Thirty year history of Irish Ostrea edulis selectively bred for disease resistance to Bonamia ostreae. 5th International Microcell Working Group, 8th - 13th February, Lelystad, the Netherlands.

13. Lynch, S., Morgan, E., Hegarty, O., Galvin, M. & Culloty, S.C. 2012. Differing susceptibility to commensals and potential pathogens could give Mytilus galloprovincialis an advantage over Mytilus edulis.  104th National Shellfisheries Association (NSA) Annual Meeting, 25th- 29th March, Seattle, Washington, USA.

14. Mirimin, L., Westgate, A., Stockin, K., Murphy, S., Northridge, S., Cross, T. & Rogan, E. 2012.  Genetic analyses of groups of short-beaked common dolphins by-caught in fisheries in the north atlantic and Southwest Pacific oceans. 26th European Cetacean Society Conference, 26th - 28th March, Galway, Ireland.

15. Morgan, E., Lynch, S.A., O' Riordan, R.M. & Culloty, S.C. 2012. Comparison of the health status of the common cockle Cerastoderma edule at two sites in Southern Ireland.  The 9th Marine Biological Association Postgraduate Conference, 21-24 May 2012, University College Cork, Ireland.

16. Santos, A.R., Trueman, C., Shephard, S., Connolly, P. & Rogan, E. 2012. Migration and stock structure of black scabbardfish Aphanopus carbo in the NE Atlantic: evidence from reproductive ecology and otolith stable iso-topes. The 9th Marine Biological Association Postgraduate Conference, 21-24 May, University College Cork, Ireland.

17. Robert, R., Sanchez, J.L., Perez-Paralle, L., Ponis, E., Kamermans, P. & O’Mahoney, M. 2012.  A glimpse of the mollusc industry in Europe.  Aqua 2012, 1st – 5th September, Prague, Czech Republic.

Poster Presentations

1. Fernández, R., MacLeod, C.C., Reid, B., Brownlow, A., Jepson, P.D., Deaville, R., Rogan, E., Addink, M., Pierce, G.J.,  & Begoña Santos, M. 2012. Stomach contents of Northern bottlenose whales (Hyperoodon ampullatus) stranded in the NE Atlantic. 26th European Cetacean Society Conference, 26th - 28th March 2012, Galway, Ireland.

2. Keena, T., Englund, A. & Rogan, E. 2012. The acoustic repertoire of bottlenose dolphins in the North-west Atlantic Ocean. 26th European Cetacean Society Conference, 26th - 28th March 2012, Galway, Ireland.

3. Pinfield, R., Enright, J., McCarthy, A. & Rogan, E. 2012. Interactions between killer whales (Orcinus orca) and the Irish pelagic trawl fisheries during the winter 2010/2011 fishing season.  26th European Cetacean Society Conference, 26th - 28th March 2012, Galway, Ireland.

4. Brown, S., Reid, D. & Rogan, E. 2012. Expert knowledge informs and refines Ecological Risk Assessment for the effects of fishing for cetacean species. 26th European Cetacean Society Conference, 26th - 28th March 2012, Galway, Ireland.

5. Lane, H. & Rogan, E. 2012. Habitat use of bottlenose dolphins in Cork Harbour and interactions with recreational craft. 26th European Cetacean Society Conference, 26th - 28th March 2012, Galway, Ireland.

6. Gosch, M., Hernandez, G., Rogan, E., Jessopp, M. & Cronin, M. 2012. Evidence of salmonids in the diet of grey seals (Halichoerus grypus) in southwest Ireland. 26th European Cetacean Society Conference, 26th - 28th March 2012, Galway, Ireland.

7. Doyle, A., Hernandez- Milian, G., Rogan, E., Cronin, M. & Jessop, M. 2012. Detecting salmon in the diet of grey seals (Halichoerus grypus Fabricius, 1791) off the south-west coast of Ireland. 26th European Cetacean Society Conference, 26th - 28th March 2012, Galway, Ireland.

8. Hernandez- Milian, G. & Rogan, E. 2012. Is it the bottlenose dolphins? Traumatic lesions in two cetacean species stranded within a 37km stretch of coastline (Cork, south-west Ireland). 26th European Cetacean Society Conference, 26th - 28th March 2012, Galway, Ireland.

9. Culloty, S.C., Flannery, G., Darmody, G., Nolan, S., McGonigle, C., Lynch, S.A. 2012. A study of the impacts of Bonamia ostreae on a significant oyster bed in Lough Foyle, Ireland throughout 2011. 104th National Shellfisheries Association (NSA) Annual Meeting, 25th- 29th March, Seattle, Washington, USA.

10. Culloty, S.C., Flannery, G., Lynch, S.A., Darmody, G., Nolan, S., McGonigle, C. & Carlsson, J. 2012. Conservation of the native European oyster Ostrea edulis through control of its main pathogen Bonamia ostreae.   104th National Shellfisheries Association (NSA) Annual Meeting, 25th- 29th March, Seattle, Washington, USA.

 

 

Oral Presentations

1. Brown, S., Rogan, E. &Reid, D.  (2011).  Ecological Risk Assessment for the Effects of Fishing. ICES Working Group of Fishing Technology and Fish Behaviour, Reykjavik, Iceland, May 2011.  Invited Speaker.

2. Carlsson, J., Cross, T.C. & Culloty, S.C. (2011).  The use of genetics in oyster restoration: experiences from Chesapeake Bay.  14th International Conference on Shellfish Restoration , Sterling University, Sterling, Scotland, 23-26 August, 2011.

3. Culloty, S. (2011).  Conservation of the native European oyster through control of it’s main pathogen Bonamia ostreae.  14th International Conference on Shellfish Restoration , Sterling University, Sterling, Scotland, 23-26 August, 2011. Keynote Speaker.

4. Englund, A., Ingram, S. & Rogan, E. (2011).  Using variability in bottlenose dolphin tonal sound to investigate community structure.  19th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, Tampa, Florida, 28 Nov – 02 Dec, 2011.

5. Kraak, S. (2011).  Special presentation in the pecha kucha competition.  ICES Annual Science Conference, Gdansk, Poland, 19-23 September, 2011. (http://youtu.be/oZ5oBW2kJhA?t=21m)

6. Kraak, S.,Reid, D., Fitzpatrick, M. (2011). Twenty-first century fisheries management: a spatio-temporally explicit tariff-based approach combining multiple drivers and incentivizing responsible fishing.  ICES Annual Science Conference, Gdansk, Poland, 19-23 September, 2011.

7. Lynch, S.A., Carlsson, J. & Culloty, S.C. (2011).  Investigation into the involvement of ostreid herpes virus 1 (OsHV-1) in summer mortalities of Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas, spat and market sized adults in Ireland. The National Shellfisheries Association, The Sheraton, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 27-31 March 2011.

8. Rogan, E., Kavanagh, A.,McHugh, B., Englund, A., Hernandez-Milian, G. & Ingram, S. (2011).  Using ecological tracers to help differentiate populations: the case of bottlenose dolphins in Ireland. 19th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, Tampa, Florida, 28 Nov – 02 Dec, 2011.

9. Spencer, P., Kraak, S,. Trippel, E. (2011). The influence of maternal age on fishery harvest reference points.  ICES Annual Science Conference, Gdansk, Poland, 19-23 September, 2011.

 

Poster Presentations

1. Brown, S., Reid, D. & Rogan, E. (2011).  “Albacore tuna fisheries and megafauna bycatch: comparing driftnets and pair trawling using Productivity Susceptibility Analysis.” The 25th Annual Conference of the European Cetacean Society, Cadiz, Spain. March, 2011.

2. Brown, S.,Reid, D. & Rogan, E. (2011).  Assessing risk to marine mammals from fishing activities: optimising procedures for cetaceans.  19th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, Tampa, Florida. 28 Nov-Dec, 2011.

3. Flannery, G., Lynch, S.A., Carlsson, J., Cross, T. & Culloty, S.C. (2011).  The current status of the pathogen Bonamia ostreae in the European flat oyster Ostrea edulis. 14th International Conference on Shellfish Restoration, Sterling University, Sterling, Scotland, 23-26 August, 2011.

4. Hernandez-Milian, G. & Rogan, E. (2011).  Beaked whales in Irish waters: what can long-term strandings records tell us? 19th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, Tampa, Florida. 28 Nov-Dec, 2011.

5. Lynch, S., Cross, M., O' Grady, E., Morgan, E., O’ Riordan, R. & Culloty, S. (2011). Shellfish productivity in the Irish Sea: working towards a sustainable future (SUSFISH). The National Shellfisheries Association, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 27-31 March 2011.

6. Lynch, S.A., Morgan, E. & Culloty, S.C. (2011).  Investigation into the prevalence and distribution of pathogens in cultured and wild populations of mussels Mytilus spp. in Ireland. The National Shellfisheries Association, The Sheraton, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 27-31 March 2011.

7. Lynch, S.A. & Culloty, S.C. (2011).  Haplosporidium nelsoni and Haplosporidium amoricanum. The National Shellfisheries Association, The Sheraton, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 27-31 March 2011. 

8. Lynch, S., Cross, M., O' Grady, E., Morgan, E., O’Riordan, R. & Culloty, S. (2011). Shellfish productivity in the Irish Sea: working towards a sustainable future (SUSFISH), 14th International Conference on Shellfish Restoration , Sterling University, Sterling, Scotland, 23-26 August, 2011.

9. Maloy, A.P., Culloty, S.C., Slater, J.W. (2011). DNA-based dietary analysis of wild bivalve larvae. Annual meeting of the National Shellfisheries Association,The Sheraton, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 27-31 March 2011. 

10. Maloy, A.P., Culloty, S.C.,Slater, J.W., Harrod, C. (2011). DNA-based dietary analysis of adult bivalves and it concurrence with stable isotopes 13C and 15N. Annual meeting of the National Shellfisheries Association, The Sheraton, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 27-31 March 2011. 

Other

1. Kraak, S., Pastoors, M. & de Boois, I. (2011).  ICES Presentation Competition.  ICES Annual Science Conference, Gdansk, Poland, 19-23 September, 2011.

 

 

Oral Presentations

1. Culloty, S.C. (2010).  Why parasites? The significance of parasites and disease in the marine environment.  KEYNOTE LECTURE.  45th European Marine Biology Symposium, 23-27 August, 2010, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland.

2. Morgan, E., Ramsay, R.M. & Culloty, S.C. (2010).  The influence of disseminated neoplasia and trematode infection on summer mortality events in the cockle, Cerastoderma edule.  45th European Marine Biology Symposium, 23-27 August, 2010, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland.

3. Hernandez-Milian, G. & Rogan, E.  (2010). Atlantic white-sided and Bottlenose dolphins: the unknown foraging ecology in the waters around Ireland. 24th Annual Conference of the European Cetacean Society, 22nd -24th March, Stralsund, Germany.

4. Hernandez-Milian, G., Rogan, E. & Reid, D.G. (2010). Modelling the ecosystem role of top predators (Cetaceans and Seals) in Irish waters. The Irish Fisheries Science Research Partnership; The Fisheries Reseource - linking Advice, Research and the fishing Industry.  A Mini Conference, The Marine Institute, Galway, Ireland, 23-24 June, 2010.

5. Mouzakitis, G., Pereira, A., Chamberlain, J, & Burnell, G. (2010).  Pilot-scale assessment of sea urchin on-growing and roe enhancement using the UrchinPlatterTM System.  Aquaculture 2010, San Diego, California, 2nd March, 2010.

6. Santos, A.R.,Connolly, P. & Rogan, E. (2010).  Preliminary findings on the biology of the Black Scabbardfish (Aphanopus carbo Lowe, 1839) in the North East Atlantic - implications for management.  (Identifying areas of mature and immature black scabbard in the North East Atlantic).  The Irish Fisheries Science Research Partnership; The Fisheries Reseource - linking Advice, Research and the fishing Industry.  A Mini Conference, The Marine Institute, Galway, Ireland, 23-24 June, 2010.

7. Pazhayamadon, D.G., Rogan, E.,Kelly, C. & Codling, E. (2010).  Forgotten signals in fisheries management.  (Looking at fish stock status with a new technique).  The Irish Fisheries Science Research Partnership; The Fisheries Reseource - linking Advice, Research and the fishing Industry.  A Mini Conference, The Marine Institute, Galway, Ireland, 23-24 June, 2010.

8. Kraak, S.B.M., Davie, S., Kelly, C.J., Codling, E.A. & Rogan, E. (2010).  A possible management tool allowing flexible choices in the Celtic Sea mixed fisheries.  (An idea for giving fishermen more flexibility in mixed fisheries).  The Irish Fisheries Science Research Partnership; The Fisheries Resource - linking Advice, Research and the fishing Industry.  A Mini Conference, The Marine Institute, Galway, Ireland, 23-24 June, 2010.

9. Benchikh, H.A., Lordon, C., Codling, E. & Rogan, E. (2010).  Geostatistical analysis of Nephrops norvegicus density around Ireland.  (Distribution of prawns around Ireland). The Irish Fisheries Science Research Partnership; The Fisheries Reseource - linking Advice, Research and the fishing Industry.  A Mini Conference, The Marine Institute, Galway, Ireland, 23-24 June, 2010.

Poster Presentations

1. Cross, M.E.,O’Riordan, R., Lynch, S.A.,Whitaker, A. & Culloty, S. (2010).  Aspects of the biology of the soft shell clam, Mya arenaria, in Ireland.  45th European Marine Biology Symposium, 23-27 August, 2010, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland.  Winner of the Best Student Poster.  

Oral Presentations

1.    Carlsson, J., Schultz, T., Jones, R., Sobel, A., Thaler, A., Zelnio, K.A. and Van Dover, C.L. (2009).  Facilitating small-scale population genetic studies at the Manus basin hydrothermal vent fields (Bismarck Sea).  4th International Symposium on Chemosynthetic-Based Ecosystems, Okinawa, Japan, 28 June - 3 July.

2. Coughlan, J., Carlsson, J., McGinnity, P., McCarthy, G., Campion, S., Dillane, E., Prodöhl, P., Roche, W., Cross, M. & Cross, T. (2009).  Exploiting natural resources within regional commonages:  Identifying the risk to genetic complexity and biodiversity when there is large asymmetry in sizes of contributing populations.  Symposium - Integrating Population Genetics and Conservation Biology.  Trondheim, Norway, 23-26 May.

3. Coughlan, J. (2009).  Review of results of Southern Regional Fisheries Board Genetics Project.  SRFB Board Meeting, Clonmel, Co Tipperary, 31 March.

4. Coughlan, J. (2009).  Farmed escapes introgression in Donegal rivers: Evidence from contemporary samples.  NRC Project Meeting, Marine Institute, Newport, Co Mayo, 24 August.

5. Hsing, P.-Y., Carlsson, J., Jones, R., Sobel, A., Thaler, A., Van Dover, C.L. and Schultz, T. (2009).  Evolution of the Metallothionein gene family in bathymodiolin mussels. 4th International Symposium on Chemosynthetic-Based Ecosystems, Okinawa, Japan, 28 June - 3 July.

6. Johnston, C., Hynes, R., McGinnity, P., Coughlan, J., Crozier, W., Cross, T. and Prodöhl, P.A. (2009).  Long-term (18 yrs) genetic impact of hatchery and farm escapees on local Atlantic salmon populations in Donegal Rivers, NW Ireland.  International Conference on Evolutionary Ecology of Fishes Diversification, Adaptation and Speciation, Berlin, Germany, 23-25 November.

8.Magee, J., Hynes, R., Igoe, F., McGinnity, P., O'Donnell, L. and Prodöhl, P.A. (2009).  Population evolutionary genetics of brown trout from Lough Derg, Ireland.  International Conference on Evolutionary Ecology of Fishes Diversification, Adaptation and Speciation, Berlin, Germany, 23-25 November.

9. Magee, J., Hynes, R., Igoe, F., McGinnity, P.,O'Donnell, L. and Prodöhl, P.A. (2009).  Lough Derg Brown Trout: A Genetic Perspective.  Shannon Waters - Managing fisheries in challenging times - Conference hosted by the Shannon Regional Fisheries Board.  Limerick, April.

10.McGinnity, P. (2009).  Observations from National (Ireland) Atlantic salmon Genetic Stock Identification Project & SALSEA-Merge Project.  Genetics Workshop, Celtic Sea Trout Project, Bangor Wales, 28 October.

11. McGinnity, P. (2009).  Climate change and captive bred animals in the wild.  European Science Foundation sponsored workshop, Thermal adaptation in aquatic ectotherms, 15-19 June.

12. McGinnity, P. & deEyto, E. (2009).  The importance of spawning habitats in the design of sampling strategies for assessment of CL attainment.  Central and Regional Fisheries Board Catchment Wide Electro-Fishing Workshop, Aasleagh Lodge, Erriff Fishery, June.

13. McGinnity, P. (2009).  Using genetics as an aid to fisheries management and stock restoration.  Shannon Salmon Rehabilitation Group, Limerick, April.

14. McGinnity, P. (2009).  What can genetics tell us about the biology of the Atlantic salmon in the Moy River?  Moy Salmon Festival, Ballina, July.

15. McGinnity, P. & Ó Maoileidigh, N. (2009).  Some considerations on the use of hatcheries for management of Atlantic salmon.  "Saumon Atlantique: Pour une Bonne Gestion des Habitats et des Salmonicultures de Repeulement" Colloquium organised by ONEMA (French Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries) Oloron-Sainte-Marie, October.

16. McGinnity, P. (2009)  SALSEA-Merge genetics: Progress.  SALSEA-Merge General Assembly, Bergen, March.

17. McGinnity, P. (2009).  Using genetics as an aid to fisheries management and stock restoration.  Shannon Waters - Managing Fisheries in Challenging Times, Fisheries Awareness Week 2009, Shannon Catchment Annual Conference, April.

18. McGinnity, P. (2009).  Some considerations on the use of hatcheries for management of Atlantic salmon on the Slaney River.  Is the Slaney salmon at a critically low level?  Discussion on potential measures for its recovery. Workshop organised in Swords Co. Dublin, by the Central Fisheries Board, February.

19. McGinnity, P. (2009).  Spring Salmon: some genetic considerations.  Presentation to Salmon Watch Ireland Group, Limerick, January.

20. Mirmin, L., Miller, R., Ingrim, S., Berrow, S., Cross, T. & Rogan, E. (2009).  Genetic variability and isolation of a resident population of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) in the Shannon estuary, West of Ireland.  1st All Ireland Mammal Symposium, 6th-8th November, Waterford, Ireland.

21. Miller, R., Mirmin, L., Ingram, S., Cross, T. & Rogan, E. (2009).  Insights into the population structure of Bottlenose Dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) resident in the Shannon Esturary, Western Ireland, as revealed by nuclear genetic markers.  23rd Annual Conference of the European Cetacean Society, 2-4 March, Istanbul, Turkey.

2. Thaler, A.D., Carlsson, J.,Hsing, P.-Y., Jo, P., Jones, R., Schultz, T., Van Dover C.L. (2009).  Genetic variation and population structure of Ifremeria nautilei from Manus Basin.  4th International Chemosynthesis-Based Ecosystems Symposium, Okinawa, Japan, 29 June – 3 July.

Poster Presentations

22. Hernandez-Milian, G. & Rogan E. (2009).  Preliminary insights into the diet and foraging behaviour of Bottlenose Dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) in Ireland .  1st All Ireland Mammal Symposium, 6th-8th November, Waterford, Ireland.

 

 

Invited Talks

1. Cross, T.F. (2007). ABFNI Belfast: Cod molecular genetics.

2. Cross, T. F. (2008). Mixed stock analysis of Irish salmon using genetic methods.  Food Conference, Waterford IT, August; Blackwater Anglers Trust, Millstreet, September.

3. Culloty, S.C. (2008).  Recent research on Bonamia ostreae: an investigation into the role of Molluscs other than Ostrea edulis as possible carriers of this parasite. National Reference Laboratories for Shellfish Diseases, Annual Meeting, IFREMER, Nantes, France, 18-19 March 2008.

 Oral Presentations

1. Cross, T.F.  (2007). Genimpact 3 Usefulness of modelling in genetic investigations.

2. Cross, T.F. (2008). The use of scales and otoliths as sources of DNA.  ICES WGAGFM- working group on the application of genetics to fisheries and mariculture.  April. Scottish Freshwater Fisheries laboratory, Pitlochery, Scotland

3. Cross, T.F. (2008).  Utility of SNPS in salmon genetics. SALMAN 2 – Atlantic Salmon microsatellite analysis network. Paris, February.

4. Cross, T.F (2008). SCOTENS. Explanatory talk prior to showing of the Medusae film.  Belfast, April.

5. Culloty, S.C. and Lynch, S. (2008). Investigations into the life cycle of a protistan Bonamia ostreae: a significant parasite of the native oyster Ostrea edulis. Annual Meeting of the Irish Society for Parasitology, Cork 27th June 2008.

6. Drummond, L., Mulcahy, M.F., Paillard, C. and Culloty, S.C. (2007). Brown ring disease and Vibrio tapetis in the manila clam in Ireland: an historical perspective. European Association of Fish Pathologists, 13th International Conference of Fish and Shellfish Diseases, 17th -21st September 2007 Grado, Italy.

7. Fontaine, M. C., Piry, S., Ray, N., Tolley, K. A. , Duke, S., Birkun, A. Jr.,  Ferreira, M., Jauniaux, T., Llavona, Á., Öztürk, B., Öztürk, A. A., Ridoux, V., Rogan, E., Sequeira, M., Siebert, U., Vikingsson, G. A., Bouquegneau, J.-M., Michaux, J.R., Baird, S. J.E.   (2007).  Rise of barriers in continuous populations of a cetacean: the harbor porpoise in old world waters.

8. Ingram, S.,Rendell, L. & Rogan, E. (2007).    Designing repeated monitoring surveys to measure the abundance of bottlenose dolphins using a coastal marine protected area.  17th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, 29th November - 3rd December, Cape Town, South Africa.

9. Lynch, S., Mulcahy, M.F. and Culloty, S.C. (2007).  Are bivalves other than Ostrea edulis susceptible to, or possible carriers of, Bonamia ostreae? Aquaculture 2007, Sustainable Aquaculture, San Antonio Texas, February 24th- March 2nd 2007.

10. Lynch, S., Mulcahy, M.F. and Culloty, S.C. (2007) Are bivalves, other than Ostrea edulis susceptible to or possible carriers of Bonamia ostreae? European Association of Fish Pathologists, 13th International Conference of Fish and Shellfish Diseases, 17th -21st September 2007 Grado, Italy.

11. Maloy, A.P., S. C. Culloty, J. Slater. (2008).Use of PCR-DGGE to study the natural diet of marine bivalves. National Shellfish Association, U.S., Providence, Rhode Island, USA 6-10th April 2008.

12. Murphy S., S. P. Northridge, Y. Morizur, L. Mirimin, A. Viricel, P. D. Jepson, R.Deaville, R. J. Reid, E. Rogan, M. Silva, M. Ferreira, A. López, G. J. Pierce, V. Ridoux, & W. Dabin (2007) Conservation status of the common dolphin D. delphis in the Northeast Atlantic and implications for future management plans. 17th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, 29th November - 3rd December, Cape Town, South Africa.

13. Murphy, S., G.J. Pierce, R. J. Law, M.B. Santos, J.A. Learmonth, M. Addink,  W. Dabin, E. Rogan,P.D. Jepson, R. Deaville, A.F. Zuur, P. Bustamante, F. Caurant, V. Lahaye, V. Ridoux, B.N. Zegers, A. Mets, C. Smeenk, T. Jauniaux, A. López, J.M. Alonso Farré, A.F. González, A. Guerra, M. García-Hartmann, S. P. Northridge, R.J. Reid, C. Lockyer, J.P. Boon.  Assessing the effect of contaminants on reproductive success in small cetaceans in the eastern North Atlantic. ICES/NAFO/NAMMCO symposium “The role of marine mammals in the Ecosystem”, 29 September - 1 October 2008, Dartmouth, Canada.

Posters Presentations

1. Cronin, M. A., Zuur, A., F, McConnell, B.J., Rogan, E. (2007).  Is it the moon? Factors influencing the haul-out behaviour of harbour seals in southwest Ireland.  17th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, 29th November - 3rd December, Cape Town, South Africa..

2. Coughlin, J., Dillane, E., McGinnity, P. and Cross, T.F.  (2008). Mixed stock analysis of Irish salmon (Three posters).  SALMAN 2 – Atlantic Salmon microsatellite analysis network. Paris, February.

3. Kavanagh, A., Cronin, M.,  Rogan, E., 2007  Determination of the diet of the harbour seal (Phoca vitulina vitulina) in Ireland.  17th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, 29th November - 3rd December, Cape Town, South Africa.

4. Lynch, S., Mulcahy, M.F. and Culloty, S.C. (2007).  An evaluation of diagnostics for B. ostreae. European Association of Fish Pathologists, 13th International Conference of Fish and Shellfish Diseases, 17th -21st September 2007 Grado, Italy.

Conference Organisation

1. Cross, T.F. Agricultural Biotechnology International Conference (ABIC). Chaired animal genetics session. UCC, September

 

 

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