Moreton Bay (Quandamooka) & Catchment

Overview

Overview

MBQC2016 Research Clusters

Ten research clusters were formed around topics relevant to a sustainable Moreton Bay and catchment. These groups of experts, drawn from research, education and industry institutions, compiled the latest knowledge on Moreton Bay and its catchment and presented it on 1-3 November 2016 at the Moreton Bay Quandamooka and Catchment Forum. They are currently recording that information, their analysis and recommendations in papers which are being peer reviewed in preparation for publishing online here. All papers will be combined into an eBook which will similarly be available here by the end of 2018. 

Click on each Research Cluster title below to find the list of eBook chapters for each cluster and their authors. Links to the chapters will be added there as available.

Click here for the complete Table of Contents for the eBook.

Indigenous Knowledge and Culture Darryl Low Choy 

Water Quality Land-Cover and Land-Use Stuart Phinn

Habitats, Biodiversity and Ecosystem Function Catherine Lovelock

Industry Rod Connolly

Citizen Science Chris Roelfsema & Jennifer Loder

Education and Research Infrastructure Dianne Aylward

Moreton Bay Marine Park David Rissik

Communities and Values Helen Ross

History and Change Sam Capon & Justine Kemp

Planning Darryl Low Choy