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On Day 1, at the Royal College of Physicians, 120 delegates attended a REFRESH Science Symposium where a number of REFRESH scientists presented results from the project to a mixed audience drawn from both the scientific and user communities (the latter including water companies, consultancies, water mana
A new online Atlas of freshwater biodiversity presenting spatial information and species distribution patterns has been launched. It provides policy-makers, water managers and scientists with an online, open-access and interactive gateway to key geographical information and spatial data on freshwater biodiversity across different scales.
In December REFRESH Partner Middle Eastern Technical University (METU) organised a stakeholder meeting in Ankara attended by 55 people.
A mini symposium was held at the James Hutton Institute on awareness/behavioural aspects of diffuse water pollution. The aim was to exchange experiences and plans for research to support implementation and uptake of measures to improve water quality through behavioural change. Results from the EU FP7 REFRESH Project and the Scottish Government Research Programme were presented by researchers from The James Hutton Institute.