YOUR CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST NETWORK
This network aims to create opportunities for sharing and evolving knowledge to progress the field of Catchment Management across Australia. Through doing this, we build cohesive collegial networks and aim to develop leading-edge practices that foster collaboration and integration together with other areas of the water sector and across Australia.
A key achievement for this committee has been the development of the Source Water Protection Statement.
Source Protection Statement Case Studies:
Principle 6: Seqwater's catchment information decision support system
Principle 7: Know your catchment assessment of recreation on water
Principle 8: SEQ’s Resilient Rivers initiative and catchment action plans
Principle 9: The transdisciplinary and adaptive nature of source water
Principle 10: Coliban integrated catchment management plan partnership
MEET THE COMMITTEE
Danielle Baker, NSW DPE
Andrew Bath, Water Corporation
Kenneth Claydon, CRC for Water Sensitive Cities
Barry Floyd, Coliban Water
Dr Kelly Hill, Water Research Australia
Mohammad Hossen, University of SA
Kim Markwell, E2Designlab
Kerry Matthews, South Gippsland Region Water Corporation
Shane Papworth, Water Corporation
CONNECT AT OUR NEXT MEMBER CIRCLE
Member circles are exclusive to AWA members and provide an opportunity to share knowledge with like-minded professionals and practitioners. To receive your invite to our next member circle, log in and ensure Catchment Management is selected as one of your Specialist Network preferences.
Authorities, Trusts and Committees
Australian Capital Territory
ACT Natural Resource Management Council
Territory Natural Resource Management
Northern Queensland Dry Tropics
Kangaroo Island Natural Resources Management Board
South Australian Murray-Darling Basin Natural Resources Management Board
Port Philip & Westernport
Queensland Department of Environment and Resource Management
Catchment Management Module - Designed for students of primary school age to demonstrate how science decisions have short- and long-term implications for the environment, communities and individuals.
Burdekin River Catchment Management Study (Queensland)
The Burdekin Management Study (BMS) aimed to link research, development and education activities in the upper catchment of the Burdekin River (north Queensland) to enhance integration, communication and relevance of science-based information related to grazing land management.
IWA Specialist Groups
AWA is the Governing Member for IWA in Australia, and this network encourages the connection with these IWA Specialist Groups
Watershed & River Basin Management