Tag Archives: climate change

Reflections on writing an undergraduate thesis by Daire Quinn

This is the second in a series of three blog posts written by students who have recently completed First Class undergraduate theses. My thesis set out to establish a benchmark for seasonal streamflow forecasting in Irish catchments. A benchmark method of flow forecasting is a technique which is used to compare the relative potential of […]

Reflections on writing an undergraduate thesis by Rhonda McGovern

Each year around 20 or so of our third year students (those who take the Single Honours or Major-Minor option) write approx. 12,000 word undergraduate theses. This year three of them completed First Class theses and so we asked them to jot down some reflections on the thesis-writing process. In the first of these guest […]

Are you a ‘climate terrorist’?

Click on the image gallery and scroll through… Send me corrections (hey, I’m not a statistician!), but hopefully I’m not too far off. Alistair Fraser

Recently completed PhD: Ciaran Broderick

We are delighted to note that Ciaran Broderick completed his PhD recently. His thesis was titled ‘Climate change and Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar): changes in flow and freshwater habitat in the Burrishoole catchment.’ Here is his abstract: Climate change is anticipated to impact the flow regime of riverine systems with resultant consequences for the freshwater […]