Biochar as a soil amendment in agriculture
The Sustainable Agriculture Flagship is leading national collaborative research analysing the properties and potential of a variety of biochars to sequester carbon, reduce nitrous oxide emissions, and alter soil functions in order to improve plant productivity.
Dr Matthias Raiber: Research Scientist
Dr Matthias Raiber specialises in the integration of geological, hydrogeological and hydrochemical information to improve understanding of the links between geological and hydrogeological processes.
Mr Phil Davies: Spatial Analyst
Mr Phil Davies's primary research areas include spatial analysis, remote sensing and modelling as applied to groundwater-surface water interactions.
A listing of scientific publications that have been recently published by CSIRO Land and Water authors.
Mr Chris Turnadge: Hydrogeologist
Mr Chris Turnadge specialises in hydrogeological characterisation using field observations, data analysis and modelling tools including uncertainty quantification.