James Grove 9th Australian Stream Management Conference 2018

James Grove

James Grove is an Honorary Research Fellow at Melbourne University, and independent consultant in fluvial geomorphology. He has been involved in devising how river physical form has been assessed in Victoria (ISC), Tasmania (TRCI) and the Murray-Darling Basin (SRA). Increasingly James is using LiDAR to inform on geomorphic changes over large areas. This has included examining LiDAR channel changes captured with LiDAR on the Lockyer River, Qld after the 2011 and 2013 floods. More recently he has been involved in the Rivers of Gold ARC, looking at the consequences of historic gold mining across Victoria. These findings have been included as part of his assessment of sand aggradation in the Barmah Choke.

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