Located in Building 903, The University of Melbourne, Burnley Campus, 500 Yarra Boulevard, Burnley, Victoria 3121.
To access online waterway management & research apps developed by the WERG, visit: tools.thewerg.unimelb.edu.au
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ARC success for WERGlers
WERG staff are part of two newly announced ARC Linkage grants. Nick Bond (and our superstar Melbourne Water partner, Rhys Coleman, who is a partner investigator on two other new Linkage projects!) is working with Prof Barb Downes and others on … Continue reading
WERGers attend writing workshop
Members of the WERG attended a 5 day writing workshop @ Mt Hotham recently. Full details can be found here.
WERG conference paper wins award
Congratulations to Dr Geoff Vietz of the WERG, awarded best peer-reviewed paper at the 8th Water Sensitive Urban Design Conference in November, for his paper “Water(way) sensitive urban design: addressing the causes of channel degradation through catchment-scale management of water … Continue reading
Our latest graduate
Congratulations to Dr Matt Burns on obtaining his PhD. His dissertation, entitled “Flow-regime management: a paradigm for urban stream protection and restoration”, was assessed as excellent by his examiners.
7th Australian Stream Management Conference, July 2014
Located near the Great Barrier Reef 7ASM will be held in Townsville. To submit an abstract (due October 7th) and/or register go to the conference webpage.
Staff from Melbourne water and the University of Melbourne celebrated the signing of their research partnership Friday. More details can be found here on the MSLE Webpage
Congratulations to Melbourne Water for winning the River Basin Management Society Award for “Innovation in Waterway Management”, for the Little Stringybark Creek Environmental Significance Overlay. The award was presented by the Hon. Peter Walsh, Minister for Water, to Kate Nagato … Continue reading