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Wed12th Sep 2018

Regarding the publication of the research paper in Scientific Journal Biology Letters: Date for publication Wed 12th September 2018. Paper Title: Latent power of basking sharks revealed by exceptional breaching events. New research undertaken by a team of Donegal based researchers led by Queen's University Belfasthas uncovered some startling new…
IBSSG Press Release
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Wed11th Jul 2018

20 young people from Inishowen recently received recognition for their achievements on completing a 10 week marine and environmental skills programme coordinated by the Inishowen Basking Shark Study Group.   The training programme (which was funded by the EU LEADER programme through the Inishowen Development Partnership and Donegal County Council)…
Inishowen's young Coastal Explorers
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Tue27th Mar 2018

A brand new marine based youth training programme coordinated by the Inishowen Basking Shark Study Group and funded by the EU LEADER programme through the Inishowen Development Partnership and Donegal County Council is now underway in Inishowen. 20 young people aged 14 – 17 from across Inishowen have been meeting…
Inishowen has 20 new Coastal Explorers!
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Tue6th Feb 2018

The Inishowen Basking Shark Study Group are now seeking Expressions of Interest for a new marine based youth training programme called the Inishowen Coastal Explorers.   This Programme is open to those aged 14-17 years from Inishowen who are interested in marine science, boating, nature and the environment. The programme…
Coastal Explorers
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Tue14th Nov 2017

Outreach Consultation Process Launched. The Inishowen based basking shark group’s research studies have always been accompanied by parallel outreach programs aimed at making their research more accessible and useful to the local communities in which the research is undertaken (Monster Munch, Depth Charge, Shark Camp, Shark Spotting projects  and more…).…
Young Participants of Shark Camp 2013 working heard in the field at at Malin Head
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Tue14th Nov 2017

New Research Collaboration with UC Davis We are very happy to announce that starting in 2018 we will officially form a new collaborative relationship with University California, Davis. This new research focused collaboration builds on our existing partnership with the Schools of Biological Sciences at Queens University Belfast. New research…
Prof. Pete Klimley and Alex McInturfundertake fieldwork at Malin Head, Ireland
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