Register: 14 January 2020 1-5 pm
The annual Christiaan Brunings Lecture brings together the scientists, practitioners and managers of rivers and estuaries as well as other professionals in the field. This year, our own estuaries researchers will show their work in a lively setup of very brief presentations connected in a greater storyline. We hope the overview, linked to our publications, will allow you to animate your curiosity and apply the insights of our work.
The lecture in the Booth lecture hall (location and getting there) of the library on campus will be followed by a visit to the Metronome, the unique experimental setup where rivers and estuaries are created at a scale of about 1:2000.
Short movies will be launched on the 2020 lecture day. Together, these movies form several storylines of interest.