An analysis of water quality data recorded at Wexford Pier with Exo2 and Trios
Opus Sonde’s

The Significance of Correlations between Physicochemical Saline Water Parameters in Studying Climate Change and Nutrient Inputs (Wexford Co. Co and the STREAM project).


STREAM water quality analytical results supplied by CLS, Rosmuc, Co. Galway

The physical and chemical properties of seawater are influenced by various factors, including freshwater inputs, nutrient loads, and proximity to land, depth, and local geological influences. These properties greatly affect the success of all marine organisms, both plants and animals.


End of project Conference, Waterford

On the 21st of June 2023, an end of project conference was held in Dooleys Hotel, Waterford.

STREAM Workshop on Technology for Marine Sensing

On the 3rd and 4th of May a workshop was held at the Welsh Centre of Printing and Coating, in Swansea University

Stakeholder Workshop, Wexford

On Friday the 16th of December, a stakeholder workshop was held in the Wexford Co. Co. building, Carriglawn, Wexford.

Summer School, Castletownbere

On Thursday 29th September 2022 a STREAM School was held at the BIM National Fishery and Diving
College in Castletownbere.

Advancing Aquaculture within the Blue Economy

On the 15th and 16th of September the Centre for Sustainable Aquatic Research (CSAR) at Swansea University (SU) organised an event titled “Advancing Aquaculture within The Blue Economy”.

Thermistor String Testing

PDF document detailing a field test of the STREAM developed temperature thermistor string in Waterford City on the 14th of March 2022.