Climate Change and Water Dependent Ecosystems Research Showcase - ADELAIDE
The Water Resources and Freshwater Biodiversity Adaptation Research Network present a
CLIMATE CHANGE AND WATER DEPENDENT ECOSYSTEMS RESEARCH SHOWCASE
Australia’s freshwater ecosystems are under threat from land-use changes, groundwater extraction and climate change. This showcase examines current research on freshwater ecosystems in southern Australia, with a particular focus on climate change, groundwater dependent ecosystems and management. This research will be presented by scientists and natural resource managers from the Department of Environment Water and Natural Resources, Murdoch University, The University of Adelaide and the National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training.
The morning session consists of presentations by Dr Jane Chambers (Murdoch University), Travis Gotch (DEWNR), Dr Davina White (University of Adelaide), Claire Harding (DEWNR) and Dr Serena Hamilton (National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training). The afternoon workshop will guide participants through the development of a risk assessment framework using a case study.
Register: by Friday 13th March
Contact: Julie Francis - firstname.lastname@example.org