Level 3 Mortlock Wing State Library of South Australia North Terrace Adelaide SA 5000
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Monthly Lecture

Riverbank management of the Murray-Darling Basin

Professor Ian Rutherfurd

Ian Rutherfurd is a geographer and fluvial geomorphologist. He has worked for 25 years in the water sector as an academic, consultant and in policy.  Details to follow.

At present Ian is a Professor in the School of Geography at the University of Melbourne. Ian’s research interests relate to processes of erosion and sedimentation in river channels. Specific areas of research are human impacts on river channels, interactions between vegetation and rivers, and the dynamics of fine and coarse sediment pulses in rivers. His work has turned increasingly to the physical and social dimensions of restoration of disturbed fluvial systems.

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Date and Time

19 September 2024
5:00 pm

Hetzel Lecture Theatre, Institute Building, State Library of SA, North Terrace, Adelaide.

Members: $Gold coin
Non members: $10