Join us to hear from Dr Tim Howell, as he provides a brief introduction to aquatic habitats, frogs, fish, freshwater crayfish, dragonflies, key threats and key hopes.
Tim is an aquatic ecologist whose childhood interests in freshwater ecology continued through to his professional career. He holds a degree with honours in Aquatic Science and a PhD (research) in fish ecology and river rehabilitation. Tim moved to the Noosa area from Brisbane in 2012 and has been poking around in local waterways on a personal and professional basis ever since.
Among the freshwater biotopes in the Noosa region Tim has a particularly strong interest in the Wallum habitat and the unique aquatic dependent fauna present in this threatened habitat
Fabulously Furry Friends: Arachnids & Ecosystem Health
Thursday 19th August 2021, 5 – 7pm With Dr Jan Green
Come along and listen to Dr Jan Green share her research and experience with the furry 8 legged variety in the agriculture sector.
Jan will also share her wealth of knowledge on Ecosystem health from the various roles she has undertaken over her career.