5th OzEWEX workshop: Water in the Anthropocene
January 31 - February 1| Free
Water in the Anthropocene: predicting how we interact with our modified environment
In predicting the trajectory of future climate, water and ecosystems, we can no longer ignore the many ways in which human feedbacks modify our natural systems.
The 5th national OzEWEX workshop will explore how well we understand stores and fluxes of water and energy at the landscape scale subject human influences including greenhouse gas emissions, landscape, soil and vegetation modification, water extraction and river regulation.
The workshop will be held at ANU in Canberra on 31 January and 1 February 2019, and coincide with the culmination of the 3rd Australian Climate and Water Summer Institute.
The format will include invited presentations and facilitated discussion.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Allan Curtis (Charles Sturt University)
- Anette Hirsch (ANU)
- Ashish Sharma (UNSW)
- Chantal Donelly (Bureau of Meteorology)
- Claire Krause (Geoscience Australia)
- Craig Simmons (Flinders University)
- Fiona Johnson (UNSW)
- Francis Chiew (CSIRO)
- Geoff Podger (Water Bublu)
- Holger Maier (University of Adelaide)
- Jamie Pittock (ANU)
- Marcus Thatcher (CSIRO)
- Mark Thyer (University of Adelaide)
- Mike Liddell (James Cook University)
- Neil McIntyre (University of Queensland)
- Quentin Grafton (ANU)
- Rob Argent (Bureau of Meteorology)
- Sarah Wheeler (University of Adelaide)
- Shaun Levick (CSIRO)
- Stuart Bunn (Griffith University)
- Tony Jakeman (ANU)
- Yongqiang Zhang (CSIRO)
Further speakers will be announced shortly.
Participation will be free, thanks to generous support from CSIRO, Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network, Geoscience Australia, the Bureau of Meteorology, and the Australian National University.
Registration will open in early January.
For further information or to propose workshop presentations, topics or activities, contact firstname.lastname@example.org