'The Dish' finds a 'diamond planet'
Astronomers using 'The Dish' – CSIRO's radio telescope near Parkes, NSW – believe they've found a small planet made of diamond, orbiting an unusual star.
Climate Impacts on Water
The Climate Impacts on Water team carries out research to predict climate variability and climate change impacts on streamflow characteristics and water availability.
The Catchment Hydrology team is researching catchment-scale and regional-scale hydrological processes in relation to changes in land cover and climate.
National Action on Climate Change
Preventing food and water shortages, managing more intense natural disasters and their economic fallout, and avoiding climate-driven extinctions, are among critical topics that will be discussed by those attending the Australian 2012 National Climate Change Adaptation conference in Albert Park, Melbourne from 26-28 June.
A systems modeller, Mr Jim West research is to model and quantify the physical inputs and outputs which characterise different systems of the physical economy.
East Asia Summit
Researchers and policy makers from East Asia and Australia will meet to shared insights about from case studies across the East Asian region which focus on urban sustainability and adaptation to climate change urban areas
Planet Under Pressure 2012
Scientists from around the globe are meeting in London in March to discuss ‘solutions, at all scales, to move societies on to a sustainable pathway’.
Plant Industry Researchers
Plant Industry researchers promote profitable and sustainable agrifood, fibre and horticultural industries, developing new plant products and improving natural resource management.