Australian and New Zealand Cyanobacteria Workshop

 

Join WaterRA for our 7th Australian and New Zealand Cyanobacteria Workshop Online | 29-30 September, 2021

Our cyanobacteria workshops have become an integral event on the global water calendar. Held every second year, this year’s workshop will be a two-day virtual event, showcasing new research advancements and providing a forum for water supply managers, health officials, ecologists, modellers, toxicologists and research experts in cyanobacterial identification and management to meet and discuss all things cyanobacteria.


Registrations opening soon

Latest News | Call for abstracts now open! 


Abstracts are welcomed for the 7th Australian and New Zealand Cyanobacteria Workshop Online

This year's workshop will focus on “recent Australian and New Zealand research on cyanobacteria with implications for risk management within the water industry”. If you wish to submit an abstract for consideration, you must also intend to register for the workshop. 

 
Oral and Interactive Presentations | 10 minutes

Abstracts will be considered for both oral and interactive presentations. Audio visual support will be in PowerPoint and Prezi format. 
 
For further information or to submit an abstract, download our abstract submission guidelines. 
 
Abstract submissions will close on Friday 16th July 2021. 

 
 
 
 
 


 

2021 Organising Committee

Anas Ghadouani | University of Western Australia (Co-chair)

Arash Zamyadi | Water Research Australia (Co-chair)

Liah Coggins | University of Western Australia

Rita Henderson | University of New South Wales

Michele Burford | Griffith University

Nick Crosbie | Melbourne Water

Jo Ohlmeyer | Water Research Australia

 

For more information please contact Dr Arash Zamyadi.

For more updates on cyanobacteria
visit our Algal Innovation CoI 

 

History of the Australia and New Zealand Cyanobacteria Workshop 

Australian water sources, both natural and man-made, are regularly afflicted by cyanobacteria (blue-green algal) blooms, with the first known official report dating back to the 1800s.

Over the last two centuries, Australia has developed a vastly experienced and knowledgable community of water supply managers, health officials, ecologists, modellers, toxicologists and other researchers in cyanobacterial identification and management.

In 2009 following particularly severe algal blooms along 1,000 kms of the Murray River, the First National Cyanobacteria Workshop was held in Parramatta, New South Wales.

Since the first interation, workshops have become an integral event on the global water calendar. Workshops are now held every second year providing a much needed platform for researchers and managers in the health and water sectors; allowing them to meet, discuss current knowledge and share new findings and combine their expertise for national benefit.