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PostSubject: BT Young Scientist Crayfish Survey   Sat 28 Oct 2017, 7:40 pm

Members, I received the following email from young scientist's investigating the crayfish plague. Please help them by filling in their survey.


Hello,
My name is Chloe Johnston and my lab partner Tara and I have recently been selected to go forward in the BT Young Scientist 2018. Our project concerns whether the number of people canoeing/kayaking on Irish rivers contributes to the spread of Aphanomyces Astaci (Crayfish Plague) in the water. The hard work begins now for our project and we need to gather as much information as possible in other to analyse our data statistically. We would both greatly appreciate if you could help us out by both completing and forwarding on our survey to the members of your club. This would help us out immensely.

Thank you in advance and if you have any additional information it would be greatly appreciated for the benefit of our project.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/8PB2SMM

Regards ,
Chloe Johnston and Tara Kelly


Click here to take the SURVEY

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