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Integrated Basin Modelling Stream

Enabling more efficient and beneficial use of water in complex river systems by developing robust, transparent and defensible river and groundwater management models that consider the water, food and energy nexus, supported by risk based frameworks.

Dr Scott Wilkinson: defining sediment and nutrient fluxes to improve land management

Dr Scott Wilkinson measures and models sediment and nutrient fluxes at paddock to large catchment scales to improve understanding of catchment processes, inform natural resource management and reduce impacts on the aquatic environment.

Herbicide runoff reduced to Great Barrier Reef

An innovative new approach to sugarcane plantation weed management trialled in select Great Barrier Reef (GBR) catchments has shown a 90 per cent reduction in runoff of highly soluble herbicides into waterways.

Dr Tim Muster: initiating advanced materials research

Dr Tim Muster is currently Stream Leader of Urban Water Technologies, Water for a Healthy Country Flagship and a Senior Research Scientist in CSIRO Materials Science and Engineering.

Mr Stephen Cook: researching sustainable approaches to urban water services

Mr Stephen Cook's research is focused on addressing sustainability challenges in the urban water sector both in Australia and developing countries.

Dr Becky Schmidt: delivering scientific knowledge from interdisciplinary projects

Dr Becky Schmidt’s skills in integration and editing enable CSIRO Land and Water researchers to professionally communicate the results of scientific research.

Distributed systems for urban water

We are providing the scientific rationale for the mainstream adoption of safe and reliable distributed water systems, from household to development scale.

Dr Hailin Deng: understanding contaminant migration and fate through reactive transport modelling

Dr Hailin Deng is developing groundwater flow and transport models to evaluate and predict contaminant migration and fate and their effects on groundwater quality.

Land and Water Seminar Series Adelaide

CSIRO Land and Water free public seminars in Adelaide.

Dr Paul Davis: using sensor technologies to improve the performance of buried water networks

Dr Paul Davis is developing and applying new sensor technologies to improve the operating efficiency of Australia's buried water infrastructure and pre-empt failures.

CSIRO/JCU Tropical Landscapes Joint Venture Seminar Series

CSIRO free public seminars in Townsville, Queensland.

Land and Water Seminar Series Adelaide

CSIRO Land and Water free public seminars in Adelaide.

Dr Anthony Chariton: researching the effects of contaminants on aquatic ecosystems

Dr Anthony Chariton's research is primarily in the areas of aquatic ecology, ecogenomics and environmental risk assessment.

CSIRO/JCU Tropical Landscapes Joint Venture Seminar Series

CSIRO free public seminars in Townsville, Queensland.

Dr Jason Kirby: Environmental Chemist

Dr Jason Kirby is researching contaminants and micronutrients in environmental systems with a particular focus on human health and environmental risk assessment.

Dr Dirk Mallants: integrating experimental observations and numerical modelling

Dr Dirk Mallants is leading hydrogeochemistry and isotope hydrology research.

Dr Lei Cheng: Investigating the impacts of rising CO2 concentration on water availability

Dr Lei Cheng’s research focuses on investigating the coupling between water and carbon and assessing the ecohydrological impacts of rising CO2 concentration.

The Gulumoerrgin (Larrakia) Seasons Calendar

Members of the Gulumoerrgin language group worked with CSIRO staff to document and compile their Indigenous seasonal knowledge into a calendar.

CSIRO/JCU Tropical Landscapes Joint Venture Seminar Series

CSIRO free public seminars in Townsville, Queensland.

Dr Erin Hestir: quantifying landscape effects on aquatic ecosystems

Dr Erin Hestir uses remote sensing and geospatial technologies to understand how climate and environmental change influence aquatic ecosystem responses.

Ms Grace Tjandraatmadja: improving our understanding of sustainable water service options

Ms Grace Tjandraatmadja is evaluating integrated water and wastewater services and transition strategies for more sustainable and climate resilient urban water services.

Dr Luis Neumann: integrated urban water management and modelling

Dr Neumann specialises in hydrological and water quality modelling, climate change impacts and integrated urban water and stormwater management.

Simplified Daily River Model: Murray-Darling Basin water planning

The Simplified Daily River Model is the most defensible assessment of available water resources in the Murray-Darling Basin, considering environmental, economic and social impacts.

Dr Jorge Luis Peña Arancibia: Improving our knowledge of the impacts of climate and environmental change on water resources

Dr Jorge Peña Arancibia is analysing global datasets and using hydrological models to advance the understanding of global change impacts on water resources.

Dr Marta Yebra: using remote sensing to assess carbon sequestration and water yields

Dr Marta Yebra is using remote sensing to assess the trade-off between carbon sequestration and water yields for alternative land use options in Australia.

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