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inshore ireland december 2011/January 2012


Subscribe to Inshore Ireland - The marine & freshwater environment publication Established in 2005 by marine journalists Gillian Mills and Gery Flynn, Inshore Ireland provides impartial news and analysis on the marine and freshwater environments. Published bimonthly, Inshore Ireland reports from Ireland’s 7000km coastline, 1000km2 of lakes and roughly 1,000km of navigable inland waterways In other words: If it’s water, we write about it!


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Inshore Ireland is a marine and freshwater bi-monthly newspaper produced by Gillian Mills and Gery Flynn and is available six times a year in newsagents throughout the island of Ireland (11,000 copies circulated in the RoI and NI). In news, feature and advertorial format, Inshore Ireland reports from the coastal rim and inland waterways under the headings:


tAquaculture tIsland life tWater quality tInshore fisheries tSeafood business tSeafood processing tWater-based leisure tPorts and shipping tMarine engineering and technology

tSustainable energy ( wind, tidal, wave ) t Marine and freshwater policy and regulation t Marine and freshwater research and development t The legislative frameworks regulating seafood production t Commercial exploitation and development of the marine and freshwater environments

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n Friday December 16, Seascapes heads for the Arctic with tour guide and naturalist Jim Wilson, author of the recently published Fresh Water Birds of Ireland in which Jim tells Marcus Connaughton about the forbidding world of the Svalbard Archipelago; what visitors to the region can experience: the sights and sounds of a Polar region; constant vigilance and awareness of polar bears and how the area has developed. On Friday December 23, Seascapes brings listeners some seasonal fare from Canon Adrian Empey who recently retired from the Mission to Seafarers. He was a familiar figure on his bicycle with his high visibility jacket, around Dublin Port and docks. We hear also from his successor, Dermot Desmond – an old friend of the programme through his work with the RNLI. Seascapes will also be taking a look at the year ahead with Michael Byrne of Sail Training Ireland for youth development, with the Tall Ships due in Dublin in August, and at the Volvo Ocean Race as Leg 2 from Cape Town to Abu Dhabi is underway with three boats rejoining the race for the finish in Galway in July. Friday December 30, Seascapes features our islands off the West coast and their saintly connections with Anthony Previte who takes us on a reflective journey through these historic outposts of our maritime history . SEASCAPES – on RTÉ Radio 1 @ 10.30pm or via podcast on: www. seascapes.

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