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Events

Stormwater 2018 Conference: Working Together, Building Tomorrow
Oct
8
to Oct 12

Stormwater 2018 Conference: Working Together, Building Tomorrow

Stormwater Australia and the Stormwater 2018 Conference Committee invites you to join them in Sydney in October 2018 for what will be the highlight of the stormwater calendar.

With over 300 delegates anticipated, it will be the one stop shop for industry professionals looking to keep abreast of contemporary practice, share ideas with their peers and make new contacts that can be invaluable in their everyday work.

Expect a program that will leave you wiser, better networked with a little bit of fun thrown in along the way.  As with previous conferences, we envision delegates and presenters to be drawn from a mix of practitioners’ working at the ‘coal face,’ new and emerging science and presentations on policy from around the country.

For more information and to register - Stormwater 2018

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2018 Regional Roadshows on Biodiversity and Climate Change - Bathurst
Oct
23
9:00 AM09:00

2018 Regional Roadshows on Biodiversity and Climate Change - Bathurst

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2018 Regional Roadshows on Biodiversity and Climate Change – various locations across NSW

The NSW Adaptation Hub’s Biodiversity Node, led by Macquarie University and the Office of Environment & Heritage, is hosting several regional roadshow events across NSW in September and October 2018 (all details in FLYER). Each roadshow event will focus on adaptation planning for species and ecosystems and will present the latest research, new initiatives, methods, case studies and web tools to support adaptation planning for species and ecosystems in your local region.

Natural resource managers, decision-makers, adaptation practitioners, planners, scientists and conservation practitioners are invited. Please feel free to share with your networks.

Come and engage with leading biodiversity adaptation researchers and other practitioners from across NSW!

Registration is free. For more information:

Victoria Graham
Executive Officer, Biodiversity Node
T: 02 9850 6298
E: victoria.graham@mq.edu.au

To register click HERE

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Introduction to Stormwater Quality Management Training - Orange
Aug
24
9:00 AM09:00

Introduction to Stormwater Quality Management Training - Orange

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This workshop is an introduction to holistic stormwater management, it  covers the drivers for stormwater management and an introduction to water quality treatment science.

The course is presented by Mark Liebman from Sustainability Workshop and Carl Tippler from CTENVIRONMENTAL. Carl is an aquatic and riparian ecologist and is recognised as an innovative leader in urban ecosystem monitoring and management. Mark's an experienced and innovative drainage engineer whose technical skills are brilliantly complimented by Carl's environmental understanding.

The workshop will appeal to Council designers, drainage engineers, stormwater and catchment managers and regulatory staff.

Workshop content:

  •  Introduction to the 'urban stream syndrome'. What is it? What drives it? What are the impacts of it?
  • So why do we manage stormwater?
  • The socio-ecological system. How does stormwater management, livability and ecosystem services fit together?
  • Design and management considerations to benefit the wider community
  • Flows and stream erosion.  We will consider stormwater quantity, designing for water quantity and its impacts – it is not all about quality at all.
  • Stormwater Treatment Processes.  This session includes a discussion of treatment trains – what they are and how to design one.
  • The Stormwater Australia Draft Stormwater Quality Improvement Device Evaluation Protocol (SQIDEP). This covers the science of measurement of water quality and how to “filter” for the truth from proprietors.

Friday 24 August 2018
9:00am to 5:00pm
Council Chambers - Orange City Council
135 Byng Street
Orange NSW 2800

Register through EVENTBRITE

We hope you can make it!

Cheers,The Splash Network

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Introduction to Stormwater Quality Management Training - Dubbo
Aug
23
9:00 AM09:00

Introduction to Stormwater Quality Management Training - Dubbo

  • Dubbo Regional Council - Conference Room (map)
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This workshop is an introduction to holistic stormwater management, it  covers the drivers for stormwater management and an introduction to water quality treatment science.

The course is presented by Mark Liebman from Sustainability Workshop and Carl Tippler from CTENVIRONMENTAL. Carl is an aquatic and riparian ecologist and is recognised as an innovative leader in urban ecosystem monitoring and management. Mark's an experienced and innovative drainage engineer whose technical skills are brilliantly complimented by Carl's environmental understanding.

The workshop will appeal to Council designers, drainage engineers, stormwater and catchment managers and regulatory staff.

Workshop content:

  •  Introduction to the 'urban stream syndrome'. What is it? What drives it? What are the impacts of it?
  • So why do we manage stormwater?
  • The socio-ecological system. How does stormwater management, livability and ecosystem services fit together?
  • Design and management considerations to benefit the wider community
  • Flows and stream erosion.  We will consider stormwater quantity, designing for water quantity and its impacts – it is not all about quality at all.
  • Stormwater Treatment Processes.  This session includes a discussion of treatment trains – what they are and how to design one.
  • The Stormwater Australia Draft Stormwater Quality Improvement Device Evaluation Protocol (SQIDEP). This covers the science of measurement of water quality and how to “filter” for the truth from proprietors.

Friday 23 August 2018
9:00am to 5:00pm
Conference Room Ground Floor Central
Dubbo Regional Council
corner of Church and Darling Streets
Dubbo NSW 2830

Register through EVENTBRITE

We hope you can make it!

Cheers,The Splash Network

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