2017 Program – Eco-hydrology and Monitoring

  1. Lauren Zielinski, United States: Creating an integrated monitoring and evaluation system which informs adaptive management of environmental flows
  2. Gordon O’Brien, South Africa: Framework for regional evaluations of E-flows in the Nile Basin.
  3. Amy Russell, Australia. Making a big difference for a little fish (Murray hardyhead)
  4. Janice Kerr, Australia. Stable low-flow spawning fish habitat assessments: Calculating flow thresholds to inform the Environmental Assessment of state Water Plans (Qld).
  5. Paula D’Santos, Australia. Let it Flow – how environmental water can provide native fish benefits.
  6. Phil Slessar and Mark Toomey, Australia, Flows, habitat, connectivity and cooperation: recovering native fish in northern Victoria
  7. John Koehn, Australia. How do we manage a long-lived, highly migratory, flow-responding fish at a basin scale?
  8. Heather McGinness, Australia. Waterbird recruitment and movement: Responses to flooding, stressors and threats.
  9. Darren Ryder, Australia. Food web responses to hydrologic regimes in floodplain rivers.
  10. Prafulkumar V Timbadiya, India. Assessment of Environmental Flows for the Tapi River basin, India