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Dr Brian Smerdon is developing conceptualisations of hydrologic systems and quantifying groundwater movement through the application of environmental tracers and hydrogeologic models.
Mr Warrick Dawes is developing salt and water balance models for surface water and groundwater systems at local and basin scales.
Andrew Taylor’s primary research activities include vadose zone hydrology, groundwater surface water interactions and environmental tracers.
Ms Sue Cuddy is helping to improve the modeling software and data management available to our land and water resource managers.
Mr Chris Turnadge specialises in hydrogeological characterisation using field observations, data analysis and modelling tools including uncertainty quantification.
Dr Shiroma Maheepala is leading integrated urban water systems research to inform future urban water systems and transition pathways.
Dr Doody integrates various aspects of vegetation research to provide management options to natural resource managers and other government bodies across Australia.
Dr Richard Silberstein is a catchment hydrologist investigating interactions between vegetation and surface and groundwater, particularly in the context of a drying climate.
Dr Neil Sims uses satellite images to map the structure and functioning of floodplains and wetlands, and to measure plant nutrition levels.
Dr Ashok Sharma advances the uptake of distributed and decentralised urban water systems to address the challenges faced by conventional systems.
Dr QJ Wang is developing mathematical and statistical models for probabilistic forecasting of precipitation and river flows.
Dr Rebecca Bartley is measuring and modelling sediment and nutrient loss in catchments to evaluate changes in water quality resulting from land management change at the catchment scale.
CSIRO free public seminars in Townsville, Queensland.
This is a technical report to the Government of Western Australia and industry partners from the CSIRO Pilbara Water Resource Assessment, providing a summary of the main processes affecting the Pilbara’s climate variability. It was released in August 2013.
Dr Stuart Simpson’s primary research areas include the analytical and environmental chemistry of contaminants in aquatic environments.
Dr Barbara Robson leads the Aquatic Systems Modelling Team in CSIRO Land and Water.
Dr Axel Suckow applies multiple environmental tracers and further develops methods for their interpretation and analysis to help understand and secure groundwater systems and their sustainable use.
Dr Ka Yu Cheng is researching the use of bioelectrochemical systems to address challenges in water and wastewater processing.
CSIRO Land and Water free public seminars in Adelaide.
Dr Vittorio Brando is leading remote sensing of coastal waters research and translation of image data to environmentally relevant information.
Dr Mobin-ud-Din Ahmad’s primary research areas include integrated water resources management, particularly in the application of remote sensing techniques and computer simulation models.
Dr Sharon Hook's primary research areas are molecular environmental toxicology and contaminant bioavailability.
Dr Warish Ahmed is a water microbiologist whose primary research areas include microbial source tracking, health risk assessment of alternative water sources and behaviour of pathogens in the environment.
Dr Kirsten Verburg's research focuses on the analysis of soil water and nutrient flows in agricultural systems and catchments.
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