The event was held at the Zoological Society of London's meeting room at Regent's Park. It comprised of a series of talks by experts in the field exploring the importance of estuarine environment for both fish and seal populations; unveil how the animals use the challenging environment and what the implications are for management. After the talks there was an opportunity to delve deeper with an open discussion chaired by Richard Aylard of Thames Water. More details can be found in the attached flyer

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Alison Debney, ZSL. IMG_8686

Alison Debney, ZSL. IMG_8686

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Alison Debney, ZSL. IMG_8696

Alison Debney, ZSL. IMG_8696.

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Richard Aylard, Thames Water. IMG_8716

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Joe Pecorelli, ZSL. IMG_0038

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Adrian Pinder, Bournemouth University. IMG_8783

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Joanna Barker, ZSL. IMG_8807

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