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2010 Audio Presentations2010 PowerPoint Presentations
2009 Proceedings2006 Proceedings
2008 Proceedings2005 Proceedings
2007 Proceedings2004 Proceedings

 

2011 Program

2011 Abstracts

2011 Integrated Audio & PowerPoint Presentations

Click on the person's name to listen to the audio of their presentation, whilst scrolling through the corresponding PowerPoint.

Electronic Posters

 

Program Focus Areas
Extreme EventsSocio-economicEcologyCompeting valuesScience-policyScience-community

 

MONDAY 26 SEPTEMBER
A1  |  OPENING CEREMONY
KEYNOTE: Ingwer de Boer, General Director, Programme Directorate Room for River of Rijkswaterstaat - Room for the river, experiences from The Netherlands
KEYNOTE: Prof Toine Smits, Head of Department of Sustainable Management of Resources, Radboud University, The Netherlands – Evolution of west European river basin management
A2A | THE VALUE OF RESILIENT RIVERS
 
 
Allan & Carolyn Raine
A2B  |  THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC VALUE OF RIVERS
 
Ian Varley
A2C | FEATURE: 2011 Queensland Floods
 
 
 
Neil Collins
Julia Playford
Craig Evans
Vicki Pethybridge
A2D  |  E-FLOWS
 
Judy Frankenberg
A2E  |  FEATURE - Healthy freshwater ecosystems to guide adaptation of Australian water resources to climate change
 
Sam Capon
 
A3A  |  MODELLING FOR NATURAL DISASTER
 
 
A3B  |  FEATURE - Healthy Waterways: the flood and the future
 
 
A3C  |  FEATURE - Assessing Australian river and wetland health
 
 
A3D  |  FEATURE - Engineering the restoration of rivers
 
 
A3E | FEATURE - Challenges and solutions to developing and applying riverine ecosystem services assessments 1
 
 
A4A  |  CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS ON RIVERS
 
 
A4B  |  FEATURE - Flood Mapping: the use of satellite imagery and other mapping tools during and after the 2011 floods in Queensland
 
Alan Hoban
A4C  |  FEATURE - Science and policy integration and its application to the development of the draft basin plan
 
 
A4D  |  FEATURE - River restoration case studies
 
 
A4E  |  FEATURE - Challenges and solutions to developing and applying riverine ecosystem services assessments 2
 
 

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TUESDAY 27 SEPTEMBER
B1 | PLENARY
KEYNOTE: Mr Phil Duncan, Senior Policy Officer, Operational Policy Unit New South Wales, Aboriginal Land Council, Australia - First peoples water engagement council: cultural and spiritual values in rivers
CASE STUDY: Yangtze River, China - Dr Guangchun Lei, Dean of School of Nature Conservation, Beijing Forestry University, China - Ecosystem management practices in Poyang Lake Basin
B2A | WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT OF RIVER BASINS
 
 
 
B2B | THE CULTURAL VALUES OF RIVERS
 
 
Wapulumuka Mulwafu
B2C | FEATURE - 2011 Riverprize Finalists
 
 
National
 
International
 
B2D | FEATURE - Australia-China Environment Development Partnership
 
 
 
B3A  |  THE ROLE OF COMMUNITY IN RIVER MANAGEMENT 1
 
B3B  |  FEATURE - International carbon markets and market based instruments: funding catchment priorities
 
 
B3C  |  FEATURE - Cultural flows: expressing indigenous values in rivers
 
Phil Duncan
 
B3D  |  FEATURE - River health and environmental flows assessments in Asia 1
 
B4A  |  THE ROLE OF COMMUNITY IN RIVER MANAGEMENT 2
 
Lorraine Dixon
B4B  |  FEATURE - Integrated basin management in practice: global case studies from IWC Water Leaders
 
 
B4C  |  FEATURE - Multiple values of tropical rivers
 
 
B4D  |  FEATURE - River health and environmental flows assessments in Asia 2
 
 
Fiona Chandler
Vinod Tare
Le Duc Trung
Yango Sun
Stuart Bunn

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WEDNESDAY 28 SEPTEMBER
C1  |  Plenary
International Riverprize winner – Charles River, USA
CASE STUDY: Mississippi River, USA - Dr Denise Reed
, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of New Orleans, USA - The Mississippi flood of 2011: opportunity for a new approach to management?
C2A  |  RIVER MANAGEMENT PLANS AND STRATEGIES
 
Nicole Ramilo
C2B  |  FEATURE - Murray-Darling Basin: non-government perspectives on management
 
 
C2C  |  FEATURE - Advancing integrated river basin management: status of integrated river basin management
 
Video presentations
 
C2D  |  INTEGRATING SCIENCE FOR SUSTAINABLE RIVER MANAGEMENT
 
 
 
C2E  |  MAINTAINING OR RESTORING WETLAND VALUES 1
 
C3A  |  HOW DO WE MANAGE THE COMPETING VALUES OF OUR RIVERS
 
Leila Loder
C3B  |  FEATURE - Advancing hydropower sustainability
 
 
C3C  |  FEATURE - Advancing integrated river basin management: sccience and policy for healthy river basins
 
 
C3D  |  SOCIO-ECONOMIC VALUES: HOW DO WE ACCOUNT FOR RIVERS?
 
 
C3E  | MAINTAINING AND RESTORING WETLAND VALUES 2
 
C4A  |  COMPETITION OR COOPERATION - HOW WE COMPETE FOR RIVERS
 
 
C4B  |  FEATURE - Coal seam gas and water: physical, regulatory and social dimensions of the issues and their intersection
 
 
C4C | FEATURE - Advancing integrated river basin management: capacity and knowledge management
 
Fiona Chandler
C4D  |  FEATURE - Improved water quality using a basic erosion and sediment control training recipe
 
 
Facilitated workshop
C4E  |  FEATURE - Does science really matter in environmental water management?
 
Panel discussion
Paula D'Santos
Judy Frankenburg
Paul Harding
Elizabeth Heagney

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THURSDAY 29 SEPTEMBER
KEYNOTE: Prof Barry T Hart, Member of the Murray Darling Basin Authority, Australia - The Murray-Darling Basin Plan: a paradigm shift in river basin planning and management
National Riverprize winner – Sunshine Coast Rivers Initiative
The Great River Debate - The solution to flood management is better engineering.