Connectivity and Coastal Habitat Utilisation Workshop
Based on the AMSA 2017 conference theme of connectivity participants will embark on a journey into the complexities of habitat utilisation. Set at the Darwin Harbour Waterfront thought leaders will provoke discussions on; marine and coastal strategies, sea level rise, sedimentation, land use change, the north Australian mangrove dieback and conservation management. This workshop will highlight the linkages between different disciplines, regions and cultures and will provide an opportunity for marine scientists to connect with marine and coastal; managers, researchers and NGO’s. Finally the workshop will explore issues specific to Darwin Harbour during a sunset harbour eco-cruise leaving you with a lasting connection to the top end. This workshop is for those who are interested in exploring and discussing the connections across disciplines and those who appreciate nature. Places are limited.
Unlimited tea and coffee
2.5 hour sunset cruise on Darwin Harbour- guided by local scientists and traditional owners
Complimentary glass of bubbly or beer or bottle of water or soft drink
Opportunistic marine wildlife sightings
- LocationCharles Darwin University Waterfront, 21 Kitchener Dr, Darwin City
- Session TimeSaturday 8th July 11:00am to 7:00pm