2016 Presentations


 

Keynotes

Keynote 1 – Prof Emma Johnston (UNSW); Keynote 2 – Dave Johnson, Director Science Partnerships, Dept. of the Environment – Sharing science and the path to impact: Great concept, but it’s not in my job description, budget or busy schedule?; Keynote 3 – Prof Birger Moller (University of Copenhagen) – Synthetic plant biology:Light-driven production of structurally complex diterpenoids; Keynote 4 – Prof Phil Weinstein (University of Adelaide) – Does biodiversity suppress infectious disease emergence?; Keynote 5 – A/Prof Martine Maron (University of Queensland) – Trading nature to save it: the biodiversity offsetting debate; Keynote 6 – Dave Emmett (Senior Vice President, Asia-Pacific Division, Conservation International); Keynote 7 – Prof Michelle Waycott (University of Adelaide and DEWNR) The grander view for ‘our’ science – where, how, why and what?; Keynote 8 – Prof Bob Hill (Executive Dean, Faculty of Science, University of Adelaide) and Sandy Carruthers (Director of Science, Monitoring and Knowledge, DEWNR): Strange bedfellows: Dating rules for research partnerships

Session 1

Contains 2016 conference presentations on the themes: Movement of people and marine critters in response to changing ocean conditions; Biodiversity conservation 1; Fire Management; and Climate Change projections and impacts.

Session 2

Contains 2016 conference presentations on the themes: Are SA marine parks making a difference; Invasive and over abundant species; Fire ecology; Biodiversity 1; and Abundant species/wildlife health.

Session 3

Contains 2016 conference presentations on the themes: Charismatic marine predators and their interactions with people; Biosecurity; Water management in the Mt Lofty Ranges; Climate change Adaptation; and Environmental management of the Murray River 1.

Session 4

Contains 2016 conference presentations on the themes: Aboriginal knowledge in NRM decision making; Environmental management of the Murray River 2; Restoration Ecology; Charismatic marine predators and the primary production that supports them; and Botany 2016 – Past, present and future.

Session 5

Contains 2016 conference presentations on the themes: Restoration ecology 2; Citizen Science in NRM decision making; Threatened species 1; Water quality; and Botany 2016 – Past, present and future.

Session 6

Contains 2016 conference presentations on the themes: Science for NRM planning 1; SE Water Management; and Urban Water Management

Session 7

Contains 2016 conference presentations on the themes: Environmental management of the Murray River 3; Biodiversity 2; Sustainable soil Management; Groundwater management; and Botany 2016 – Past, present and future

Session 8

Contains 2016 conference presentations on the themes: The bigger picture in NRM science; Water management in the Far North of SA; Environmental management of the Murray River 4; New technologies; and Botany 2016 – Past, present and future.

Session 9

Contains 2016 conference presentations on the themes: Threatened species 2; Science for NRM planning 2; and Murray River groundwater systems.