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Goyder Institute Seminar Series: How did the River Murray respond to the break in the drought?

17/10/2013

Seminar title: How did the River Murray respond to the break in the drought?

Presenter: Dr Qifeng Ye, SARDI

During the height of the drought the health of the River Murray was critical. The decade long drought combined with overallocation of water from the river system, resulted in a huge loss of abundance of species across the whole Murray Darling Basin and severe degradation of the environmental assets of the River Murray were evident.  The 2010 floods provided an unique opportunity for a cross-disciplinary team to investigate if the ecosystem was able to recover in the South Australian part of the River Murray. The results were surprising and have changed our view of how this remarkable River system functions.

The Seminar is free and will be followed by afternoon tea.

When: Mon 28th October, 3:00 – 4:00 pm

Where: Science Exchange Auditorium, 55 Exchange Place, Adelaide

Registration is essential and takes 30 seconds. Click here to register. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/RiverMurrayFloodEcology


For further information email Claire Punter at enquiries@goyderinstitute.org

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