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Monday, May 11, 2009


Climate Futures Seminar, Wednesday May 13.

I've been a bit slack about passing on notifications about the climate futures seminars (as I noted in a previous post, I've been busy). But here's the notification of the latest one.

Have you ever wondered how climate change is impacting rural communities? To discover more join us for the ninth instalment of the Climate Futures Seminar Series and hear from three speakers who will discuss the research being undertaken in this area and its application.

In this lecture Dr Peter Hayman, Principal Scientist, Climate Applications with the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) will be joined by Barry Mudge a farmer and consultant from Port Germain (north of Goyder’s Line) and Dr Paul Peitrie chief viticulturist with Fosters to talk about risk and resilience in the face of climate change.

This seminar will be presented on Wednesday 13 May at 5-7pm in the Horace Lamb Lecture Theatre, University of Adelaide North Terrace campus. The entrance to the venue is indicated on the first attached flyer. We plan to commence by 5:15pm but doors will be open throughout the event. Registration for this event is preferred.

enquires to: environment@adelaide.edu.au


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