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ERI, Thurso Cancels Events

18th March 2020

As I am sure you will all understand we have decided to cancel the ERI External seminar that was scheduled for the 31st March. This was to be a talk by David Agombar about saving the Albatross through use of new technology for longline fishing, the Hookpod. We hope that David will be able to present his talk on a different date.

At present we do not know when we will be able to host you for a seminar, but we will let you know when we know.


Kind regards, the ERI Seminar Team

 

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