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Climate Futures Seminar Series 4

Our changing coastline

Wednesday March 25, 5.00-7.00pm, Horace Lamb Lecture Theatre
Convened by Associate Professor Bronwyn Gillanders

Associate Professor Bronwyn Gillanders
Associate Professor
School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Adelaide

Bronwyn takes us on a fascinating ecological journey through the elemental chemistry of fish ear bones and how they can teach us lessons about the environment that a fish has come from.

Associate Professor Sean Connell
Marine Biologist
School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Adelaide

Sean presents one of South Australia's good news stories highlighting how ecological knowledge and cross-government recognition of ecosystem collapse have moved towards mitigating major manmade environmental problems.

Doctor Bayden Russell
Research Associate
School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Adelaide

Bayden demonstrates that we can potentially maintain the health of our marine ecosystems in the face of climate change through innovative local management.

Doctor John Tibby
Senior Lecturer
Geographical and Environmental Studies (GEST), University of Adelaide

John presents us with valuable insight into what the past tells us about coastal vulnerability to climate change through the careful examination of fossil organisms.

Environment Institute
The University of Adelaide

SA 5005 AUSTRALIA

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