FREE Webinar: Tales from the Riverbank: How the Nature of Rivers Shaped My Life

Tales from the Riverbank: How the Nature of Rivers Shaped My Life

We look forward to welcoming you to the next instalment in the FBA's seminar series, entitled, "Tales from the Riverbank: How the Nature of Rivers Shaped My Life" by Dr Paul Raven

Paul says:

"I will recall memorable people, places and events that influenced my career in freshwater science and policy, highlighting how scientific enquiry, persistence and serendipity all played a part in three very productive decades covering 1980-2010."

Paul joined the National Rivers Authority as Head Office Conservation Officer in 1991 and became Head of Conservation and Ecology at the Environment Agency from 1998 until 2011, retiring early when the Agency began major staff reductions. He co-wrote ‘Rivers: a natural and not-so-natural history’ with Nigel Holmes which was published in 2014 as part of the acclaimed British Wildlife Collection Series. He is currently an Associate Editor for Aquatic Conservation. He has been a member of the FBA since the early 1980's and was a member of FBA Council during 2002-6.

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9/15/2021 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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