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8. Hannah Mossman - Salt marshes / managed realignments / Steart Marshes

8. Hannah Mossman - Salt marshes / managed realignments / Steart Marshes

Update: 2021-04-14
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Tim talks with Dr Hannah Mossman (Senior lecturer in ecology at Manchester Metropolitan University), and also to Alys Laver  (Senior Conservation Warden for the Wildfowl & Wetland Trust)

In this interview we talk about all things salt marsh, from managed realignment projects to Charles Dickens. We discuss Hannah's research on the Wildfowl & Wetland Trust's site at Steart Marshes and there's a bonus interview spliced in with Alys Laver, the WWT warden for the site. If you didn't already think salt marshes were up there with the most facinating and important habitats, you soon will!

Thanks:

Kelly Lomas & Gif Lemon - Artwork

'Still Pickin', Kevin Macleod - Theme tune

Related Links:

Twitter
@H_Mossman  @WWTSteart

Professor Jenny Gill

https://people.uea.ac.uk/j_gill


Helen Scales - Spirals in Time

https://www.theguardian.com/books/2015/may/29/spirals-in-time-helen-scales-review

Steart Marshes

https://www.wwt.org.uk/wetland-centres/steart-marshes/#

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Hilary Wyatt

Brilliant Podcast. Thank you so much Tim for your excellent interviews with Hannah Mossman and Alys Laver. We have learnt so much about Salt marshes and really understand your passion for them. We can't wait now to visit Steart Marshes again. We will be looking at it with new eyes. Hilary Wyatt and Chris Taylor

Apr 21st
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8. Hannah Mossman - Salt marshes / managed realignments / Steart Marshes

8. Hannah Mossman - Salt marshes / managed realignments / Steart Marshes

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