AQUAFLUO II is being held at UTS, 4 December - 8 December 2017, as part of the annual colloquium platform hosted through the Climate Change Cluster (C3). Chlorophyll fluorescence-based approaches have become globally adopted for examining photosynthetic performance and are considered a critical means for monitoring aquatic ecosystem health. AQUAFLUO II aims to bring together researchers relevant to all aquatic disciplines (microalgae, macroalgae, submerged vascular plants, corals and AAPs; lakes, rivers and oceans) as well as industry to discuss the direction of current and future research in this area.
This colloquia will pick up where AQUAFLUO I left off ten years ago so you can expect full participation by all attendees in the form of talks, poster presentations and a forum of practical workshops all taking place on the centrally located UTS Broadway campus.
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