Barry Brook’s 10 minute presentation for the latest Four in 40 series is now available as a podcast.
“Four in 40” is a collaboration between The University of Adelaide and the DWLBC, where 4 speakers each speak for 10 minutes on their research and its implications for policy (and vice versa), followed by discussion.
The idea is to expose people in both organisations (and beyond) to what is happening and to make useful connections. This series follows on from a successful event held in April, with the second program for this year held on Tuesday 8th June.
The topic was climate change and water management and the speakers were:
• Barry Brook – climate change and multi-species extinction modelling, The University of Adelaide PODCAST AVAILABLE HERE
• James Hall – climate change and land capability assessment, DWLBC
• Steve Barnett – climate change and groundwater availability, DWLBC
• Matt Gibbs – climate change and minimising the carbon footprint of water infrastructure and incorporating climate variability into hydrological modelling, The University of Adelaide
Future “Four in 40” events will have themes of modelling and communication in science.