2009 NCCARF Western Australian Symposium

Venue: 
Murdoch University, Perth, WA
Event Date: 
Tuesday, December 8, 2009 - 7:15am to 5:15pm

Murdoch University is organising and hosting a one-day Climate Change Adaptation Symposium to be held in Perth on the 8th of December, 2009. The purpose of the Symposium is to provide a forum for Western Australian researchers to connect with lead researchers from other parts of Australia, and to promote and facilitate a national network of climate change adaptation researchers. 

It also aims to ‘showcase’ latest advancements in climate change adaptation research, with a particular focus on Western Australia, and an opportunity for the Western Australian research community to learn more about the activities of the National Climate Change and Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF), including its Networks. Presentations will include an overview of NCCARF, and presentations from the Adaptation Research Networks.

PDFs from presentations are available below:

Welcome/Introduction - Jim Reynoldson, Murdoch University
An Introduction to NCCARF - Jean Palutikof, NCCARF
ARWA’s Climate Adaptation Program: Science Approach and Relevance to Farmers - David Bowran, CSIRO/ARWA
Climate Change and Human Health - Tony Capon, Australian National University
Climate Change and Health Impact Assessment - Dianne Katscherian, Department of Health WA and Jeffery Spickett and Helen Brown, Curtin University
ACCARNSI: the Australian Climate Change Adaptation Research Network on Settlements and Infrastructure - Michael Taylor, University of South Australia
The Research Network on the Social, Economic and Institutional Dimensions of Adaptation to Climate Change - Jon Barnett, University of Melbourne
Resilience and Water Security in Two Outback Cities - Glenn Albrecht and Helen Allison, Murdoch University
Climate Change Adaptation and Emergency Management - Bryan Boruff, University of Western Australia and Brian Smith, FESA
An Integrated Approach to Climate Adaptation in Estuaries - Janet Howieson, Department of Fisheries WA/Curtin University
Primary Industries Adaptation Research Network - Snow Barlow, University of Melbourne
Terrestrial Biodiversity Adaptation Research Network - Lesley Hughes, Macquarie University
Climate Adaptation: Forest, Woodland and Shrubland Health in Southwest WA - Giles Hardy, Paul Barber and Neal Enright, Murdoch University
Climate Change Adaptation and Australia's Water Resources and Freshwater Biodiversity - Stuart Bunn, Griffith University
Climate Change Impact on WA Wetlands and Waterways: Current Knowledge and Future Direction - Jane Chambers, Murdoch University
Marine Adaptation Network - Neil Holbrook, University of Tasmania
Climate Change Affects on Fisheries: Implications for Management - Nick Caputi, Department of Fisheries WA

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