Dr Danielle Warfe presents 'The role of flow variability in river management: A Tasmanian study addressing assumptions in environmental flow recommendations', on Friday 23 May from 1pm to 2pm.
Dr Warfe’s seminar presents a three-year project that is being conducted in Tasmania to investigate how flow variability regulates the physical heterogeneity, biodiversity and ecological processes of riverine ecosystems. Find out more >>
Dr Danielle Warfe joined Charles Darwin University in November 2007 as research fellow in the Tropical Rivers and Coastal Knowledge research hub, to commence research in tropical rivers on food webs and environmental flows with Associate Professor Michael Douglas.
This seminar takes place in the main seminar room, Blue 1 (C22.01), Casuarina campus, Charles Darwin University.