- When: Saturday 23 September 2023 2:00 pm - Saturday 23 September 2023 3:00 pm
Event Capacity: 24
- Admission: Admission Free
- Booking: Booking required
- Booking URL: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/672132976827
- Venue Name: Advanced Research Centre(ARC), University of Glasgow
11 Chapel Lane, Glasgow G11 6EW, United Kingdom
Come and find out with us the value of coastal environments within Scotland, both to ecosystems and people!
Have you ever thought of exploring the origins of Gaelic place-names, such as Rudha Aosail Sligeach on the Isle of Skye or Camas a’ Mhaoraich on Loch Broom? Or have you ever listened to a Gaelic songs about shellfish harvesting? No?
Well this will be a perfect opportunity for you to discover this incredible aspect of Scottish culture! Apart from learning a lot you will also be able to create your own story around your coastal experiences or memories.
The workshop will present findings of the recent NERC-funded multidisciplinary Oyster Habitat Suitability project involving staff in the School of Biodiversity, One Health & Veterinary Medicine (MVLS), School of Geography & Earth Sciences (CoSE) and School of Humanities (Arts).