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Ecosystem Measurement, Modelling and Forecasting

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This workshop will bring multiple stakeholders in the CRC TiME partnership together to develop research directions and potential initiatives

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Mine closure is an important operational activity in the mining value chain, focussed on reducing long term risks to natural resources, restoring ecosystem function and delivering landforms that can be used safely for post mining activities. Central to mine closure operations is the understanding of how ecosystems within and around the minesite are performing, how they respond to mining activities (past and future) and how they will evolve post mining.

However, uniform confidence in the technology for this ecosystem measurement, modelling and forecasting is hampered by a lack of standardisation in data requirements, a siloed approach to technology deployment and data sharing and a lack of integration between different fields of study.

The workshop will develop ideas to tackle questions such as:

  • What common protocols are required to promote efficiency in dynamic and remote environmental monitoring?
  • How can we forecast the evolution of rehabilitated landscapes in the face of uncertainty in land use, climate, and ecosystem response?
  • What tools will enable us to model feedback loops between mined land restoration and ecosystem function?

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