The Peel-Harvey Estuary Health research project aims to further our understanding of the Peel-Harvey and support science-based policy for current and future economic development in the region
This uses advanced biogeochemical monitoring and 3-D simulations with hydrodynamic-biogeochemical models.
The website serves as a central information portal to find out more about the Peel-Harvey system.
On the 7th Feb 2017, a large summer rainstorm generated floodwaters and an unseasonal pulse of nutrients into teh Peel-Harvey Estuary. SCU PhD student Mustefa just happened to be out in the field collecting data ...
Understanding the ecosystem services provided by the Peel-Harvey is a means by which natural capital can be valued. UWA PhD candidate Nance Haddaden recently presented an overview of our proposed evaluation approach at the Oceania Ecosystem Services conference.
The hydrology of the Peel-Harvey system has dramatically changed over the past four decades, and is projected to further change into tehe future. MSc student Dylan Prtichard recently completed his dissertation using a hydrodynamic model to assess how these changes look.