Science in the Pub presents “The Coorong, Lower Lakes and Murray Mouth: A journey through droughts and floods.”

The Goyder Institute for Water Research are presenting on 2nd February at the next Science in the Pub event in Adelaide. Please register for Free tickets:
We are pleased to announce our panelists are:
– Dr Nick Whiterod, CLLMM Research Centre, Goyder Institute for Water Research (Discussing the new Coorong, Lower Lakes and Murray Mouth (CLLMM) Research Centre and aquatic life of the CLLMM region),
– Associate Professor Luke Mosley, University of Adelaide (speaking on Coorong sediment and water quality),
– Cassandra Urgl, University of Adelaide (Early Career Researcher, speaking on Aquatic plants on the Coorong)

This will be a story of life in the Coorong, Lower Lakes and Murray Mouth throughout the millennium drought to the recent floods in 2022-23. This will give an insight into the complex interactions between hydrology, sediment and water quality, aquatic plants, and fish life. Discussing the impacts of climate and humans on this unique wetland, which is culturally and environmentally significant at local, national and international scales.

Please join us on Friday 2nd February at the Adelaide Irish Club (13-15 Carrington Street, George Parade, Adelaide). This event kicks off at 6:00 pm and will finish by approx. 7:30 pm. Doors will open at 5:30 pm. All drinks to be purchased at the bar but guests are welcome to bring their own snacks/food.

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