PUBLIC LECTURE: Western Australia as an old landscape transformed, altered, but not lost
|Western Australia as an old landscape transformed, altered, but not lost
from the wheatbelt to the Murchison in the path of Surveyor Robert Austinís 1854 expedition.
An Inquiring Minds Lecture by Stephen Hopper, Winthrop Professor of Biodiversity,The University of Western Australia.
In this talk, Professor Hopper will present a modern journey taken from the central wheatbelt to the Murchison goldfields in the path of Surveyor Robert Austinís 1854 expedition. The team comprised staff from the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Kings Park and Botanic Garden, a consultant landscape ecologist and a Noongar elder.
Cost: Free, but RSVP essential.
To register a place visit https://www.ias.uwa.edu.au/lectures/stephen-hopper
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