Turloughs – vanishing lakes or vanishing fields?

Lecture by Micheline Sheehy Skeffington

Friday 11th June at 8pm

Delivered by Zoom

Micheline Sheehy Skeffington will discuss the geological nature of Turloughs. These seasonal lakes appear in karstic regions forming in the winter when the water table is high, and disappearing in the summer months when the water table is low.
Micheline Sheehy Skeffington is a Senior Lecturer in Plant Ecology at Dept of Botany, NUI Galway. Principal research interests include turlough vegetation, limestone grasslands, saltmarsh vegetation, as well as the diverse aspects such as effects of overgrazing in Connemara uplands, ethnobotany in tropical rainforests, and organic horticulture in Cuba. She is involved in many conservation campaigns

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