The 6th Australian and New Zealand Cyanobacterial Workshop was held at the UNSW Kensington Campus, Sydney, on 25-26 September 2018.
Formerly known as the National Cyanobacteria Workshops, the title was changed in recognition of strong trans-Tasman involvement, the commonality of many of our issues and the valuable contributions made each year by New Zealand researchers.
The workshop provided an opportunity for updates and discussion among people involved in the management of water resources and water supplies, public health, and core cyanobacterial researchers.
The full details on the 2018 workshop can be found on the event website here.
WaterRA projects that were presented at the 2018 Workshop include:
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Nijoy John | Population genetics and toxigeneicity of Victorian sites
Florence Choo | Using insitu fluorometers as a real time cyano removal validation tool
Sara Imran Khan | Monitoring of algal growth metabolites
Andrea Gonzalez: Impact of cyanobacterial cell morphology