Acknowledgements

School of Natural and Built Environments, University of South Australia

The School of Natural and Built Environments commenced operation in January 2004. It encompasses environmental sciences, park management, civil engineering, construction management, geoinformatics, planning, and project management disciplines.

The school provides local and trans-national coursework programs, and undertakes research to support improved environmental and socio-economic sustainability. The School also hosts the University’s Transport Systems Centre, and is involved in several national Cooperative Research Centres.

The new school has been created by an amalgamation of the majority of the disciplines in three former schools:

·         Environmental and Recreation Management

  • Geoscience, Minerals and Civil Engineering
  • Geoinformatics, Planning and Building

In the transition phase from the old structure to the new, there will be no change to program codes and arrangements, and students will continue to enrol using the existing information and processes.

For more information visit the School of Natural & Built Environments Homepage.

 

Mercure Grosvenor Hotel

The Mars Society Australia (MSA) would also like to acknowledge the generous support of the Mercure Grosvenor Hotel, Adelaide.

 

and Most Importantly …

MSA would like to thank the conference speakers for sharing their time and expertise, the registrants for supporting this event through their attendance, and the various MSA members whose work made this event possible.