The Royal Society of New South Wales Southern Highlands

The Royal Society of New South Wales is the oldest learned society in the Southern Hemisphere, tracing its origin to the Philosophical Society of Australasia, founded in Sydney in 1821.

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18
Mar 2021

Sea level change and erosion on the Shoalhaven Coast - past and future

n 2009/2010 Howard examined reports prepared for the Shoalhaven City Council by the Snowy Mountains Engineering Consultants (SMEC)...

Lecture by
Dr Howard Brady
Dr Howard Brady was involved in Antarctic geological research 1974-1982 and he was also US Navy catholic chaplain to McMurdo and South Pole Stations for the 1974 and 1975 summer seasons. In 2011 Howard was awarded the Alumnus Scientist of the Year Award by Northern Illinois University for his geological contributions to Antarctic Research. Howard is a member of the Australian Academy of Forensic Sciences and an Emeritus Member of the Explorers Club of New York. Howard has Diplomas in Philosophy and Theology, and two postgraduate degrees in Antarctic science. He is currently an accredited reviewer for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) for its forthcoming report due in 2021.
18:30
Mittagong RSL
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May 4, 2020
Keeping our shared interests alive during COVID 19
Hubert Regtop

In order to keep our shared interests in science, the arts, literature and philosophy alive in this COVID 19 period of hibernation...

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