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Catchment Science 2011

14 September 2011
Type Event Proceeding

Proceedings from the Catchment Science 2011 Conference which took place in The Mansion House, Dublin from 14 - 16 September 2011

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Introductory Addresses
  Opening Address Mr Simon Coveney  
  Introduction Prof Gerry Boyle & Mr. Ger Shortle  
  Policy perspectives Mr. Bill Callanan & Mr. Pat Duggan Introductory Addresses - Bill Callanan & Pat Duggan - Policy Perspectives
  Policy priorities for catchment management in England Dr. Dan McConigle Introductory Addresses - Dan L McGonigle
Keynote 1 Managing agricultural catchments for water quality: addressing scales, uncertainty, costs and demonstrating successes. Prof. Andrew Sharpley Keynote 1 - Andrew Sharpley
Case studies
Keynote 2 Catchment programs – getting changes on the land that improve water quality. Prof. Dennis Frame Keynote 2 - Denis Frame
Oral 1 Farm nutrient regulations; contrasting impact on water quality in different catchments. Dr. Alice Melland Oral 1 - Alice Melland
Oral 2 The Tarland Catchment Initiative: Lessons for assessing the achievement of multiple benefits following catchment restoration. Dr. Susan Cooksley Oral 2 - Susan Cooksley
Keynote 3 Managing water quality in catchments used for intensive dairy farming: experiences from case study catchments in New Zealand. Dr. Ross Monaghan Keynote 3 - Ross Monagahan
Oral 3 The Demonstration Test Catchments project – an overview. Dr. Dan McGonigle Oral 3 - Dan McGonigle
Oral 4 Implementing practices to improve water quality in an agricultural watershed in the central United States. Prof. Dan L Devlin Oral 4 - Dan L Devlin
Special session on mitigation measures
Oral 5 Is mechanical soil aeration a strategy to alleviate soil compaction and decrease phosphorus and sediment losses from irrigated and rain-fed cattle-grazed pastures? Ms. Fiona Curran-Courname Oral 5 - Fiona Curran-Courname
Oral 6 Evaluating multipurpose soft engineered mitigation measures in the Belford Burn catchment, Northumberland, UK. Dr. Mark E Wilkinson Oral 6 - Mark E Wilkinson
Oral 7 The Anne Valley Project (AVP) and the application of the ‘Integrated Constructed Wetland’ (ICW) concept: an example in catchment management. Dr. Rory Harrington Oral 7 - Rory Harrington
Oral 8 Evaluation of constructed wetlands for mitigation of diffuse pollution from agriculture: uncertainties. Dr. Mary Ockenden Oral 8 - Mary Ockenden
Oral 9 Application of FARMSCOPER to optimise options for mitigating agricultural diffuse pollution across the Hampshire Avon Demonstration Test Catchment. Dr. Yusheng Zhang Oral 9 - Yusheng Zhang
Oral 10  Nitrogen and phosphorus balances and efficiencies on contrasting dairy farms in Australia. Dr. Cameron Gourley Oral 10 - Cameron Gourley
Keynote 4 Nutrient leaching losses: from point, through the farm, to the catchment. Dr. Brent Clothier Keynote 4 - Clothier
Oral 11 Evaluating management regulations at different scales in agricultural catchments in Ireland. Dr. David Wall Oral 11 - David Wall
Oral 12 Interaction between land and surface water quality in different type of catchments. Dr. Oscar Schoumans Oral 12 - Schoumans et al
Oral 13 The Environmental Virtual Observatory: A new vision for catchment science. Dr. Bridget Emmett Oral 13 - Bridget Emmett
Keynote 5 From paddock to catchment: practices, processes and pollutant budgets. Dr. Scott Wilkinson Keynote 5 - Mark E Wilkinson
Oral 14 Partnership working to tackle diffuse phosphorus pollution. Mr. Ian Codling Oral 14 - Codling et al
Oral 15 Designing and creating the North Wyke Farm Platform. Mr. Robert Orr Oral 15 - Robert Orr
Keynote 6 Murky waters: multidimensional issues linking macronutrient sources and impacts in catchments Prof. Helen Jarvie Keynote 6 - Helen Jarvie
Oral 16 Uncertain diffuse phosphorus pathways in catchments Dr. Per-Erik Mellander Oral 16 - Per-Erik Mellander
Oral 17 Critical Source Areas of Phosphorus in Extensively Farmed Grassland Catchments Dr. Donnacha Doody Oral 17 - DDoody
Oral 18 The impact of septic tank systems on water quality in rural catchments Dr. Paul Withers Oral 18 - Withers
Keynote 7 Do natural processes counteract the effects of agricultural nutrient action plans? Examples from Denmark. Prof. Brian Kronvang Keynote 7 - kronvang
Oral 19 Nitrogen loadings and concentrations to estuaries in Denmark during the period 1990-2009: Regional differences in sources, loadings, sinks and estuarine responses. Dr. Jørgen Windolf n/a
Oral 20 Experiences from 20 years of agricultural catchment monitoring – factors influencing data quality. Dr. Katarina Kyllmar Oral 20 - Katarina Kyllmar
Oral 21 Farming and the environment - an Irish farmer's perspective. Mr. Tony McGuiness Oral 21 - Tony McGuinness
Counting the costs
Keynote 8 Cost effective placement of conservation practices in watersheds: integrating economic and biophysical models. Prof. Catherine Kling Keynote 8 - Catherine Kling
Oral 22 Willingness of farmers to engage with riparian zones across small scale catchment areas in the Republic of Ireland. Dr. Cathal Buckley Oral 22 - Cathal Buckley
Oral 23 Development of cost effective nitrogen management strategies: scenario
evaluation with the DSS FyrisCOST
Dr. Dennis Collentine Oral 23 - Dennis Collentine
Oral 24 Integrating Science and Governance for Catchment management. Mr. Laurence Smith Oral 24 - Laurence Smith
Keynote 9 Economic aspects of the European Water Framework Directive: experiences and challenges in agricultural catchments Dr. Julia Martin -Ortega Keynote 9 - Julia Martin-Ortega
Oral 25 The use of Benefit Transfer in estimating the value of achieving 'good ecological status' in Irish river catchments. Mr. Daniel Norton Oral 25 - Daniel Norton
Oral 26 Paying farmers for ecosystem services: costs and characteristics of long term agreements. Dr. Alex Inman Oral 26 - Alex Inman