Addressing the big issues in coastal communities

Dr Ana Rubio1, Ms Kristy Guise1, Mr Roman Kadluczka2, Dr Bronson McPherson2 1Hornsby Shire Council, Hornsby, Australia, 2Department of Planning, Industry and Environment – MHL, Manly Vale, Australia Abstract: Coastal communities inherently aspire to be able to swim in estuaries. ...
  • April 9, 2021
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Dr Stacey Priestley1, Jonathan Tyler1, Savannah Liebelt1, Luke Mosley1, Wei Wen Wong2, Yuexiao Shao1, Zara Woolston1, Mark Farrell3, David Welsh4, Justin Brookes1, Alan Collins1, Juraj Farkas1 1University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia, 2Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, 3CSIRO Agriculture & Food, Adelaide,...
  • April 9, 2021
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Dr Stacey Priestley1, Jonathan Tyler1, Savannah Liebelt1, Luke Mosley1, Wei Wen Wong2, Yuexiao Shao1, Zara Woolston1, Mark Farrell3, David Welsh4, Justin Brookes1, Alan Collins1, Juraj Farkas1 1University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia, 2Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, 3CSIRO Agriculture & Food, Adelaide,...
  • April 9, 2021
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Dylan Cowley1, Dr Daniel Harris1 1School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, The University Of Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland Abstract: Sandy beaches are subject to a wide variety of processes that influence shoreline position and coastal orientation. The northeastern coast of Australia...
  • April 6, 2021
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Madeleine Dyring1, Dr Harland Hofmann1, Professor Ray Froend1, Professor Patrick Moss1 1The University of Queensland, St Lucia, Queensland Abstract: The resilience of ecosystems to disturbance is a fundamental research question in the face of climate change. Ecosystems dependent on groundwater...
  • April 6, 2021
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Dr John Thorogood1 1FRC Environmental, Maroochydore, Queensland Abstract: Obviously light affects animal behaviour. Some go to sleep at night, others appear startled by flash-photography, yet others are attracted by light (moths to a flame, baitfish to an illuminated jetty). Importantly,...
  • April 6, 2021
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Mr Dan Rodger1, William Prentice1, Dr Andrew Small2, Kristin Keane2 1Jbpacific, Brisbane, Australia 2Environment Pacific, Melbourne, Victoria Abstract: The effects of ongoing natural disasters, population growth, reducing food and water security, and climate change are beginning to be observed throughout...
  • March 6, 2020
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Mr Lincoln Wong1,2, Dr Tim Lynch2, Dr Rick  Stuart-Smith1, Mr Andrew Martini2, Mrs Lauren Hardiman2, Dr Jeff Ross1 1Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia, 2CSIRO, Battery Point, Australia Abstract: With the steady increase in both...
  • March 6, 2020
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Mr Justin  Story1, Ms Sarah Leck1 1Aither, Melbourne, Australia Abstract: In Seychelles, coral reefs provide coastal protection, habitat for a range of marine species and in turn support key tourism and fisheries industries. However, in Seychelles over 90 percent of...
  • March 5, 2020
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Dr Vicki Stokes1, Mr John Graff1 1BirdLife WA, Floreat, Australia Abstract: Migratory shorebirds are one of the most threatened groups of bird globally, largely due to loss and changes in the wetland and shoreline habitats they rely on. In areas...
  • March 5, 2020
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