A Special Acknowledgement To:
Associate Professor Dr. Charles Lemckert
CERF Lifetime Member
Head of School
School of Engineering,
Mathematics and Statistics
Faculty of Science and Technology
University of Canberra
Bruce, ACT, 2617, Australia
Phone: (02) 6206 8395
We are proud to acknowledge Associate Professor Dr. Charles Lemckert as the Coastal Education and Research Foundation's first ever Lifetime Member. Dr. Lemckert has always showed great support for CERF and the JCR, and even served as the Chair and Organizer of the 9th International Coastal Symposium (ICS) at Griffith University (Queensland, Australia) in 2007. We are honored to have Dr. Lemckert as a Lifetime Member and warmly recognize his devotion to our coastal research society.
Associate Professor Lemckert has active research interests in the fields of physical limnology, coastal systems, environmental monitoring techniques, environmental fluid dynamics, coastal zone management and engineering education. Along with his postgraduate students and research partners he is undertaking research studies on water treatment pond design (for recycling purposes), the dynamics of drinking water reservoirs, the study of whale migration in South East Queensland Waters, end ocean mixing dynamics. He is also an active member of the CRC Polymer, where he is leading a study on the evaluation of evaporation reduction techniques.
Ali, A.; Lemckert, C.J.; Zhang, H., and Dunn, R.J.K., 2014. Sediment dynamics of a very shallow subtropical estuarine lake. Journal of Coastal Research, 30(2), 351-361.
Dunn, R.J.K.; Lemckert, C.J.; Teasdale, P.R., and Welsh, D.T., 2013. Macroinfauna Dynamics and Sediment Parameters of a Subtropical Estuarine Lake—Coombabah Lake (Southern Moreton Bay, Australia). Journal of Coastal Research, 29(6A), 156-167.
Ali, A.; Lemckert, C.J., and Dunn, R.J.K., 2010. Salt fluxes within a very shallow subtropical estuary. Journal of Coastal Research, 26(3), 436-443.
Brushett, B.A., King, B., and Lemckert, C.J. (2011) Evaluation of met-ocean forecast data effectiveness for tracking drifters deployed during operational oil spill response in Australian waters. Journal of Coastal Research, 64, 991-994.
Helfer, F., Zhang, H., and Lemckert, C.J. (2011) Modelling of lake mixing induced by air-bubble plumes and the effects on evaporation. Journal of Hydrology, 406, 182-198.
Lee, S.B., Birch, G.F., and Lemckert, C.J. (2011) Field and modelling investigations of fresh-water plume behaviour in response to infrequent high-precipitation events, Sydney Estuary, Australia. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 92 (3), 389-402.
Lemckert, C.J., Zier, J., and Gustafson, J. (2009) Tides in Torres Strait. Journal of Coastal Research, 56, 524-52.
For a complete list of Dr. Lemckert's publications or
his contact information, please visit:https://www.canberra.edu.au/about-uc/faculties/arts-design/courses/undergraduate/arts-in-architecture/tabs/staff/architecture-staff/lemckert,-prof.-charles