This session keeps its focus on the coast-lagoon-estuary zones, but with a less focus on waves than in Day 2. We can look forward to two presentations on using modelling to guide management of estuaries – a keynote on the application to an Australian estuary, as well as Dutch case-study for comparison. In addition, we will see Delft3D being applied to model processes in a wetland and a coral reef lagoon and to model storm-tide inundation.
For your convenience, this webinar will take place:
16:00 – 18:00 (AEDT)
15:00 – 17:00 (AEST)
13:00 – 15:00 (AWST)
06:00 - 08:00 (CET, Delft time)
Keynote: “Using models to guide management of south-west Australia estuaries” by Alessandra Mantovanelli (Department of Water and Environmental Regulation, western Australia)
“Models to management – a cross-border case study” by Marcel Taal (Deltares)
“Coastal processes in a coral reef lagoon, Erakor Lagoon, Vanuatu” by Gaelle Faivre (Griffith University)
“Storm Tide Inundation Modelling Study” by Chris Scraggs & Cara van Megchelen (Cardno)
“Linking intertidal wetland communities with hydrodynamics” by Bradley Henderson (UNSW)
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