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Presentation in Mortlock Wing

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Opening sessions on April 7 & 8 are Free public lectures on Climate Change. Registrants reserved seats. Public Booking at the SLSA…

South Australia’s exceptional contribution to the analysis of climate and its implications for settlement and development, a history that goes back to the time of South Australian Surveyor-General, George Woodroffe Goyder. Speakers will outline the latest mapping technologies and explore the use of historical records for assessing climate variability today.

April 7: The Hon Dr John Bannon, AO. “Highly Favoured by Nature? Mirageous South Australia”

Dr Peter Hayman: Principal Scientist – Climate Applications, Waite Research Precinct. “What Can We Learn from Goyder’s Line of Reliable Rainfall in a Changing Climate?”

April 8: Dr Rob Allan, UK Meteorological Office, Hadley Centre, East Anglia, the UK’s foremost climate change research centre. “The International ACRE initiative: Visualisations of Historical Weather Reconstructions.”

Location: Ann & Basil Hetzel Lecture Theatre Institute Building ground floor.

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