Hear about the science and modelling carried out on the Vasse Wonnerup Wetlands that is helping to inform future surge barrier management. WHEN: Tuesday 27 November 2018. WHERE: Bayview Geographe Resort, 11am – 3pm Vasse Wonnerup Science and Surge Barriers Community Update
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Come along to hear about the science and ecology of our waterways, wetlands and Geographe Bay. Preliminary findings of ecological river health assessments in the Vasse River —Bronwyn Rennie, Department of Water and Environmental Regulation Health of Geographe Bay seagrass – Associate Professor Kathryn McMahon, Edith Cowan University TIME:...
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