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CSIRO, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, is Australia's national science agency and one of the largest and most diverse research agencies in the world.
Large-scale, long-term, multidisciplinary science to address Australia's major national challenges and opportunities.
CSIRO expertise is organised into 11 research areas
CSIRO manages national facilities and collections that are opened to researchers around Australia and overseas.
Mr Fred Leaney is investigating the importance of the unsaturated zone in groundwater recharge/discharge processes and the use of natural abundance isotopes and environmental tracers in their quantification.
Dr David Lemon leads CSIRO's work into the development of future water information systems.
Dr Julien Lerat is developing new methods to produce accurate drought and flood forecasts.
Mr Lingtao Li primarily develops systems to generate and analyse large spatio-temporal datasets focusing on ecohydrological and climatological issues.
Dr Lynne Macdonald is researching microbial community function in relation to soil organic matter dynamics.
Dr Todd Maddern’s primary research areas include analytical spectroscopy, mass spectroscopy, radiation detectors, laser physics, ion transport, ultra low level particle detection.
Dr Shiroma Maheepala is leading integrated urban water systems research to inform future urban water systems and transition pathways.
Dr Mohammed Mainuddin is helping our understanding of land and water productivity and water accounting to enhance food security and a sustainable environment.
Dr Dirk Mallants is leading hydrogeochemistry and isotope hydrology research.
Dr Tim Malthus combines skills in calibration, validation and field spectroscopy with analysis of airborne and satellite Earth observation data.
Dr Donavan Marney's research effort is aimed at improving efficiencies within Australia's urban water networks through improved utilisation of emerging sensor network technologies.
Dr John Mashford's primary research areas include computer vision, artificial intelligence, operations research and mathematical analysis.
Dr Vlad Matveev’s primary research area includes quantitative aquatic ecology and fisheries acoustics.
Mr Warwick McDonald: providing the science to underpin improved management of regional water supplies.
Dr Don McFarlane, coordinates science for CSIRO's Water for a Healthy Country Flagship in Western Australia to help improve the management of water resources.
Ms Janine McGowan's expertise includes spectroscopic techniques, instrument analysis and wet chemistry techniques.
Dr David McJannet is managing the Australian cosmic-ray soil moisture monitoring network (CosmOz) and is working on projects quantifying water balance and evaporation processes.
Dr Neil McKenzie is helping to shape public policy on land resource management.
Mr Gordon McLachlan supports soil physics research in the laboratory and the field with expertise in soil sampling, soil field measurement and instrumentation, and measurement of soil physical characteristics in the laboratory.
Prof Mike McLaughlin develops new approaches to measure and understand the behaviour of inorganic nutrients and contaminants in the environment.
Dr Tim McVicar's primary research is in ecohydrology, remote sensing and climatology/meteorology, focusing on vegetation and evapotranspiration dynamics.
Dr Konrad Miotliński is researching clogging and water quality changes during managed aquifer recharge operations and assessing the impacts of coal seam gas activities on the environment.
Mr Fareed Mirza's research areas include environmental models and software techniques to support decision making.
Dr Magnus Moglia is a senior research scientist with CSIRO Land and Water. His work explores the socio-technical perspectives of urban water systems. His work is typically at the interface of research, policy, management and decision support.
Dr Freddie Mpelasoka's research areas include hydroclimate science and modelling climate impact on water and energy fluxes.
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