Going Places 14 - Finding Water - Pathways to Water Information
Date & Time
Thursday, 15 Mar 2018
- 7:30 pm
The theme of the 2018 autumn seminar is Finding Water - Pathways to Water Information. The ways and means you should know about accessing WATER information.
If you are on the brink of a career change, thinking about returning to study, wanting to take your research to the next level, or just in a dilemma about acquiring spatial information, then join our shared experience event.
Learn how Drones are being used to collect information about that most precious resource WATER. How innovators are researching information underwater and above the waves. And how you can access that elusive information for your own projects and research.
- Lachlan Shaw - Student
Santo Antonio de Tanna Shipwreck Reconstruction
- Venkat Coimbatore – Water Corporation
Dangerous Work Inspection with Drones
- Oliver Looker - NGIS
Inland Water Data Planet Satellite Collection
- Ralph Talbot-Smith
Coastal Bathymetry and other Water Based Dataset Availability
- Bryan Boruff - UWA
Changing Water System Vulnerability in WA’s Wheatbelt Region
- Kerry Smyth - SSSI
SSSI Professional Certification Update
Soapbox: Start-up Motivational (not confirmed)
- Peter Fearn
Satellite Image Derived Bathymetry
Refreshments and Networking during the break.
University of Western Australia, Hackett Drive, Crawley, Perth
Woolnough Lecture Theatre, Geography & Geology Building