All Training: Ecosystem & Catchment Management

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02 Oct

Wednesday 2 Oct 2024

Earth’s biggest floods

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Technology & Innovation

Escape from the concrete jungle

Join us for a discussion of river restoration projects that have been undertaken in urban settings, including both successes and failures

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Ecosystem & Catchment Management

Panel Event: Drowning in plastics

A special panel discussion to meet filmmakers, activists, and scientists who are trying to keep plastics out of waterways and clean up our waste

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Ecosystem & Catchment Management

Megadrought: the new normal?

How you can make a positive difference after examining the impacts and future projections of droughts and megadroughts globally.

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Climate Adaptation

Fired up! Bushfire hydrology

Impacts on catchment hydrology and aquatic fauna

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Environment

Something’s fishy

Considering fish passage in hydraulic designs

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Environment

Advancing groundwater-dependent ecosystem detection using radar

Overviewing a new method to detect groundwater-dependent ecosystems using radar, a remote sensing method that is not affected by cloud cover.

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Irrigation & Agriculture

Assessing the water and agricultural resources of northern Australia

Science informing policy, regulation and investment decisions

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Environment

Connecting flow and ecology in the Koshi Basin, Nepal

Ecological water requirements for river basin management, in the face of hydrological change.

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Integrated Water Resource Management

Basin modelling in the cloud

Basin Futures is an innovative scenario-based water modelling platform, making water planning more accessible to a global audience.

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Integrated Water Resource Management

How Sensor and Social Networks have enabled Adaptive Water Management

The economic, social and environmental benefits of adaptive water management

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Groundwater

Atlas of Groundwater Dependent Ecosystems

Consider Groundwater Dependent Ecosystems (GDEs) in your ground water management decision making.