Dr. Glen Walker Climate Change and Australian Groundwater: Current State of Knowledge and Future Responses
Adelaide: Oct 5
Canberra: Oct 10
Melbourne: Oct 17
Darwin: Oct 26
Sydney: Oct 31
Brisbane: Nov 1
Perth: Nov 9
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The climate shift in south-western Western Australia and the Millennium Drought has highlighted the need to better understand how water resources will be affected by changing climate across Australia. Australia has long experience with managing water resources in a variable climate. This, together with the Water Reform has meant that Australia is well placed, compared to other countries, to meet the challenges to groundwater management.
This talk will provide an overview of the results from recent projects around Australia and will be supported by local panellists in each state contributing to the discussion.
Click here for full abstract and Dr Walker’s bio.
Local panel members include:
Graham Green Department of Env., Water & Natural Resources
Russell Crosbie CSIRO
Ulrike Bende-Michl Bureau of Meteorology
Francis Chiew CSIRO
Richard Evans Jacobs
Chris McAuley Dr Hydronicus
Mark Littleboy NSW Office of Environment & Heritage
Sue Hamilton NSW Department of Primary Industries
Ling Li The University of Queensland
Leon Leach Department of Science, Information Technology, Innovation and the Arts
Olga Barron CSIRO
Sandie McHugh Department of Water (WA)
A video link will be provided to Hobart and Townsville delegates. Please contact your IAH chapter representative.