SREBA Virtual Update
Issued 22 Nov 2021
Date: 30 November 2021
Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm
Location: Online (Register here)
Please join us for an update and Q&A session for the Strategic Regional Environmental and Baseline Assessment (SREBA) program. The session will be presented virtually and will include short presentations from each study domain. Scientists will summarise initial findings and detail their upcoming survey plans and attendees will have the opportunity to submit questions for each study team.
The SREBA program commenced survey activities early 2021 and teams have surveyed more than 100 sites across the Beetaloo Sub-basin and surrounding areas. Initial findings are providing insight into the poorly studied areas of this region and helping to develop our understanding of the biophysical and socioeconomic systems.
Presentations from the session will be shared on the SREBA webpage after the event.
For further information go to the SREBA program page
If you have any questions please contact email@example.com.
|10:00am||Session start – Host, Maddison Clonan, Engagement Manager SREBA|
|10:02am||Welcome from Alaric Fisher, Executive Director of Flora and Fauna Division|
|10:05am||SREBA overview – Tania Paul, Director SREBA|
|10:15am||Water Quality and Quantity – Michael Short, DEPWS|
|10:30am||Terrestrial Ecosystems – Lauren Young and John Patykowski, DEPWS|
|10:45am||Aquatic Ecosystems – Peter Dostine, DEPWS|
|11:00am||Break 15 minutes|
|11:15am||Social, Cultural and Economic – Kathy Witt, UQ|
|11:30am||Methane and Greenhouse gases – Cindy Ong, CSIRO|
|11:45am||Session close – Host, Maddison Clonan, Engagement Manager SREBA|