GeoRabble Tas #4 is on this Thursday, at the Republic Bar in North Hobart. The concept for this event was to get some of the science that happens in the big, national organisations, like CSIRO, out and communicated. And they have got some great presentations ready to go. Lots of robots, and sensors, and oceanography. But importantly, it’s a free event where you can meet like-minded folks and discuss geo-things. See you there!

Details and registration here (its free)

Presentations include

Guy Williams, ACE CRC
3D mapping of Antarctic sea ice from above and below

Brett Muir, CSIRO
All at sea: sampling features of the deep ocean

Iain Clarke
Handling the heat: working with a FLIR Photon 320 thermal infrared sensor

Rebecca Cowley, CSIRO
Robotic profiling floats revolutionising ocean sensing


Date: Thursday 23rd July, 2015
Time: Doors open 5:00pm, Presentations from 5.20 pm
Location: Republic Bar, North Hobart

Standard GeoRabble Format: A handful speakers, 10 mins each, usual rules.

Registration: Attendance is free, but for catering purposes they need you to register!