Saturday, 31 January 2009

Rocket Science #5: Water - a view from above and below

On Sunday 1st February at DIG Café Phil Dyson led a discussion on the Loddon Deep Lead, aquifers, about how our landscape has evolved and how it is responding in these dry times? There was an animated discussion about interactions between the groundwater, people and ecosystems.

Phil Dyson is a freelance hydrogeologist and geomorphologist with 30 years experience in managing groundwater, salinity, and land management issues throughout southeastern Australia. He is based in Bendigo and has worked extensively throughout North Central Victoria. Phil is co-founder and co-author of the ‘National Groundwater Flow Systems Framework’.

Have a look at our "Thinking about Groundwater" page for some reflections on the discussion.

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