Climate change and freshwater biodiversity

Join Murdoch University Lecturer, Belinda Robson as she presents her research on climate effects on freshwater biodiversity and how we can prevent further species losses.  

The management of remaining natural and artificial waterbodies (such as dams), can act as drought refuges - places where native species can persist during dry periods and then repopulate the landscape during wetter months.

Belinda's research interests focus on rivers and wetlands, examining the sustainability of biodiversity in agricultural, urban and conservation landscapes, especially freshwater ecosystems and riparian zones.

Event Details

Event Date:
Wednesday 18th May, 2022

6:00pm - 8:00pm

Online Event


Registration information:

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