Aisling Walsh

Biography

NamePositionAddressTelephoneE-mail
Aisling Walsh Research Assistant

Department of Botany, School of Natural Sciences, Trinity College, Dublin 2.

353 (0) 1 896 3745 aislingwalsh123@gmail.com

Aisling is currently working as a research assistant for the BIOPLAN project based at TCD. Previous to this she worked as a research assistant on the FORESTBIO project analyzing the Epiphyte data collected. She completed a taught MSc in Biodiversity and Conservation and a postgraduate Diploma in Statistics at Trinity College Dublin (2009). The research thesis was a study of the bryophyte diversity of grassland, woodland and scrub habitats in the Burren region. As part of her BSc (Hons) in Zoology (NUI, Galway, 2006) she looked at aspects of myriapod morphology using SEM technology. Aisling has also completed a three year Diploma in Aquatic Science (GMIT, Galway, 2004) where she studied Juvenile shore crabs (Carcinus maenas) as predators of juvenile mussels (Mytilus edulis) as her research project.

Aisling has worked on the National Survey of Native Woodlands during the summer of 2007 where she surveyed County Mayo and parts of County Galway and Clare. She was also involved in pilot survey of the semi-natural grassland survey in County Roscommon that same year. She has worked as an ecological consultant with Ecofact, Limerick (2008), White Young Green Environmental, Dublin (2007) and as a research assistant with NUI Galway/Galway County Council (2006). 

NamePositionAddressTelephoneE-mail
Aisling Walsh Research Assistant

Department of Botany, School of Natural Sciences, Trinity College, Dublin 2.

353 (0) 1 896 3745 aislingwalsh123@gmail.com

Planning and Management Tools for Biodiversity in a Range of Irish Forests

PLANFORBIO Research Programme, Dept. of Zoology, Ecology & Plant Science, University College Cork, Distillery Fields,North Mall, Cork, Ireland

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