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StreamWatch: 30th Anniversary Livestream

Thursday 3 Sep

10:00 am

12:00 pm

 – 

Australia/Sydney
Free

Online

About this event

We will be hosting a Live Stream Q&A event for all our Volunteers which you are welcome to join.
Thursday at 10am till 12pm on the 3rd of September to celebrate 30 years of independent Water Quality Monitoring.
Grab a cuppa, a comfy chair and your computer to join us for this online event.

 The schedule for the event will be as followed :

10am: Start, acknowledgement, welcome and a brief introduction to the online event, followed by a quick slideshow presentation through the 30 years that Streamwatch has been running as a citizen science program. 

10:15am: Greg McDonald (former Streamwatch coordinator) will present on the topic of Streamwatch, Stewardship and Environmental Protection, followed by a brief Q&A session. 

10:35: Dr Ian Wright will be presenting on two case studies where Streamwatch data was instrumental in putting a spotlight on water pollution, with time for Q&A

11:05am: Dr Michelle Ryan will be talking about the results of her pilot study in urban Sydney, using volunteer citizen scientists with Sue Martin, the Cattai Hills Environmental Network (CHEN), and their surprise findings on the elusive platypus, followed by questions. 

11:30: Chris Noon (Convenor Streamwatch Subcommittee) and Kirsty Guise (Environmental Water Scientist) wrap up the event speaking about the future direction of Streamwatch, and making a path forward, updating on the pilot study they are running with Hornsby City Council and what’s happening with the future of Streamwatch. Followed with a Q&A. 

12noon finish. 

This 30th anniversary marks a celebration of the dedication and preservation by all the amazing volunteers, which make Streamwatch possible, keeping it one of the longest running water quality citizen science programs across Sydney. 

To join this special event click on the Zoom link which will take you to the meeting.
Zoom Meeting
Enter the ID and password to join: 

https://uws.zoom.us/j/94365579748?pwd=WkVEQzNudXdUbzVEeXJzMThQVWN1QT09
Meeting ID: 943 6557 9748
Password: 725706
  • Discussion Group
  • Information and Education
  • Social
  • Oceans and Waterways
NOTE: All event information was accurate at the time of publishing, but we do not take any responsibility for losses or damages incurred due to incorrect information. Please follow the links to the original organisers for further details.

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