KFA Annual Public Lecture 2011 – Perth
“Kimberley Climate and People: The Last 100,000 Years”
was held on Thursday 17 November, 2011 at the Auditorium, University Club, UWA Perth
Keynote speaker: Dr Karl-Heinz Wyrwoll BSc PhD Lond., MSc McG
Dr. Wyrwoll is the lead researcher on the KFA supported 100,000 Years of Climate and Weather project. Karl-Heinz Wyrwoll is a geomorphologist and palaeoclimatologist based at the University of Western Australia. He has a Ph.D. from London University. Karl-Heinz has researched extensively in northern Australia, focusing on quaternary monsoon patterns, hydrology and aeolian processes. He has also collaborated regularly on research in China and North America, and publishes widely, including on aspects of climate change in the Kimberley.
Date: 17 November
University Club, UWA