Celtic Sea Trout Research



The Celtic Sea Trout Project ended in April 2013 after four successful years of scientific research and networking with a wide variety of stakeholder organisations across the Irish Sea between Ireland and Wales.

Part-funded by the Ireland Wales Programme 2007-13 through the European Regional Development Fund, the project partners included Bangor University and the Environment Agency in Wales and Inland Fisheries Ireland and University College Cork in Ireland.

Together the partners aimed to improve the management of long term future of sea trout in the Celtic Seas by providing information and management advice, and by establishing a wider awareness and long-term network of people working to secure the future of sea trout.

Below is a short case study of the project’s achievements and results.  Click here for further information on the Celtic Sea Trout Project.
 

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Celtic Sea Trout Project Summary View