Coastal Algal and Jellyfish Blooms, Identification and Causes
As summer heats up, algal and jellyfish blooms seem to become more prevalent in our coastal waters.
Learn about the causes and how to identify them through one of two informative workshops presented by Healthy Waterways and Catchments Principal Scientist, Paul Maxwell.
These free workshops on Tuesday 13th December, are open to community members and anyone with an interest in our coastal and marine environments.
When registering, please ensure you select the location you will be attending.
Tuesday 13th December 9.30am - 11.30am - Capalaba
IndigiScapes Centre, 17 Runnymede Road. Capalaba. QLD
Tuesday 13th December 2.30pm - 4.30pm - Dunwich (North Stradbroke Island)
UQ Research Station, 37 Fraser Street. Dunwich. QLD
Note: UQ Research Station at Dunwich is located on the corner of Flinders Avenue and Fraser Street. Please enter through the front of the building on Flinders Avenue. The workshop will be held downstairs in the lecture theatre (room will be signed).