29 May – 1 June 2023
Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia
-On the unceded lands of the Turrbal and Yagara people-
The Symposium on Urbanization and Stream Ecology (SUSE) is an interdisciplinary meeting held approximately every 3-5 years with the specific aim to further the scientific study of stream ecosystems in urban landscapes. The symposium shares knowledge between researchers and practitioners from around the world and has sparked influential discussions and publications on problem definition, global similarities and differences, and interdisciplinary in practice, among other topics.
We welcome participants from diverse cultural, professional, and disciplinary backgrounds. We believe that diversity and inclusivity yield innovation, creativity, and the representation essential for scientific advancements and effective urban landscape management.
SUSE6 took place at the Queensland University of Technology Kelvin Grove campus in Brisbane, Australia from Monday, 29 May to Thursday, 1 June, 2023. Participants presented exciting research talks and posters, toured several stream revitalisation projects and joined in collaborative workshops to advance urban stream science, policy, and communication. We were proud to host an excellent slate of keynote speakers and a full archive of the program can be seen here.
Like the past SUSE meetings, we are working to organize a special series of publications based around the cutting-edge work from SUSE6.
Check out the Photo GalSUSE6 Gallerylery and stay tuned for updates!
Thank you to our fantastic sponsors!
SUSE6 Local Organizing Committee:
We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the lands on which SUSE participants will meet, the Turrbul and Yagara people. We pay our respects to their Elders, past and present and recognise their ongoing connection to and custodianship of the land and water on which we rely. Sovereignty was never ceded.