There was no Buckland Professor appointed for 2020, however, the Scottish Fisheries Museum invited author and Buckland biographer Michael Stephen Clark to talk about the great man himself.
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by Dr Lucy Hawkes, University of Exeter, 2019 Buckland Professor of Fisheries
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by Dr Ronald Campbell, Tweed Foundation, 2018 Buckland Professor of Fisheries
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by Prof Paul Hart, University of Leicester, 2017 Buckland Professor of Fisheries
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by Felicity Huntingford, 2016 Buckland Professor of Fisheries
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The lecture material from this colloquium is subject to the following conditions of use:
Message from Buckland Professor, Dr Colin Bannister The Buckland Foundation thanks you for your interest in the presentations made at the 2nd Buckland Marine Fisheries Colloquium events held in 2015, and asks you to recognise that the pdf files of the 5 presentations delivered at Fishmongers’ Hall, London on 2nd June, from which a selection was also presented at Hume Tower, Edinburgh University on 20th October, contain material and images that are either original, or are copied from scientific publications or books for which copyright is not secured. It is therefore made available for personal study use only.
The colloqium comprised five lectures and talks. Click the following links to view or download the colloquium material:
Lecture 1 Has EU fisheries management achieved stock recovery? by Professor Colin Bannister
Talk 1 The role of climate change by Dr John Pinnegar, Cefas Lowestoft
Lecture 2 Future Fisheries Management & Governance in the EU by Professor Carl O’Brien, Cefas Lowestoft
Talk 2 The Catchers’ Perspective by Barrie Deas, CEO of National Federation of Fishermen’s Organisations
Talk 3 Fisheries in 2050 by Dr Steve Simpson, University of Exeter