Included in all full conference registrations and Wednesday day registration fees and please select one tour when you register.
Field trip 1 – ACT Dam Upgrade & Healthy Waterways (long tour)
This tour will visit a number of sites forming part of the ACT Healthy Waterways project, a spillway and pond upgrade project on Tuggeranong Creek and a retarding basin on Sullivans Creek which is under review. The tour will cover a number of technical issues related to floodplain management, environmental water quality and construction stage issues.
Field trip 2 – Scrivener Dam (short tour)
This field trip will include two parts. Part 1 a demonstration of the regional SES flood response capabilities, including a demonstration of emergency response pump sets and fire-fighting quick-fill trailers for large volume water movement; a demonstration of SES crews setting up flood barriers for water diversion; and a practical demonstration of a throw bag rescue. Part 2 will consist of a brief “behind closed doors” tour of Scrivener Dam to discuss how this unique dam manages flooding in this highly urbanised environment.
Field trip 3 – National GeoScience Australia (short tour)
This tour will be an opportunity to showcase the Geoscience Australia Facility demonstrating their national role in water management and flood, earthquake detection, national scale fundamental and derived datasets that relate to community safety and the relationship with BoM.
Field Trip 4 – Googong Dam (short tour)
This tour you will be guided through Googong Dam, the largest dam supplying Canberra, Queanbeyan and Googong. Discussion will include water quality and how water is sent to the Googong Water Treatment Plant, the relationship with flooding in the Queanbeyan River and the relationship between ACT Government and NSW local council.
Closing Date for Abstracts
29th October 2018
Late October 2018
17th December 2018
Early & Author Registrations Deadline
22nd March 2019