The meeting was a success, I would say and I think all involved would agree. It was very rewarding to see 3 years of hard work culminate in a very impressive dataset, that I think will not only fuel many papers, but also 2 PhD dissertations and 4 Masters projects. The graduate students, Jussi Vesterinen and Jatta Saarenheimo, both gave reviews of their work. Jari Syväranta and I presented the data from 2013 and how it fits with the previous years work. Dr Jonathon Grey and our colleagues from the Evo Fisheries station joined us and provided great feedback. For me, it was really amazing to sit and remember our first meeting, where hypotheses and plans were formed and to now see the data and the conclusions that we can draw from it.
Overall, I think that the whole project has been successful. There were ups and downs along the way, of course, flooding by beavers, record rainfall in July 2012, not mention too little dissolved oxygen and too many dead fish at times, but we adapted and pushed ahead, and in the end we have the data to make it all worthwhile.