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TAPM - licensing information

The Air Pollution Model (TAPM) is a user-friendly model for the prediction of air quality, with a strong scientific basis with verified performance. This page provides licensing and purchasing options.

Accurate and easy-to-use air pollution model (TAPM)

The Air Pollution Model (TAPM) is a user-friendly model for the prediction of air quality, with a strong scientific basis with verified performance. This is an overview page.

Dr Nick Hardman-Mountford: Marine Biophysics team leader

Dr Nick Hardman-Mountford leads the Marine Biophysics team at CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research.

Pathways to adaptation: positioning Australia to deal effectively with climate change

Flagship research is ensuring that Australia is positioned to deal effectively with the impacts of climate change by providing the scientific knowledge needed to improve our ability to adapt.

Managing species and natural ecosystems in a changing climate

CSIRO's Climate Adaptation Flagship research is developing and delivering adaptation options to protect from the impacts of climate change Australia's marine and terrestrial species, ecosystems and the services they provide.

Water Availability in a Changing Climate

The Water for a Healthy Country Flagship is investigating how a changing climate and land use is impacting on Australia's future water security and developing scientific tools and knowledge to help water managers plan accordingly.

Bio robots make a splash in the Indian Ocean

Robotic floats armed with revolutionary new sensors will be launched in the Indian Ocean, as part of a new India-Australia research partnership to find out what makes the world's third largest ocean tick – and how both nations can benefit from it.

Monitoring our oceans with robotic floats

Collecting ocean data using robotic floats through the Argo project is helping scientists understand Australian regional and global ocean processes.


AeroSpan: Aerosol characterisation via Sun Photometry, the Australian Network

Marine and Coastal Carbon Biogeochemistry Cluster (Coastal Carbon Cluster)

CSIRO’s Coastal Carbon Cluster will foster vital scientific research to strengthen our low carbon economy and prevent future excessive greenhouse gas emissions.

Dr Nigel Preston: advancing beef and aquaculture production

Dr Nigel Preston is Acting Director of the Food Futures Flagship and leader of the Breed Engineering theme.

Cairns: Australian Tropical Forest Institute

CSIRO Cairns is co-located with James Cook University (JCU) and provides a unique centre for tropical sustainability science.

From the Bridge newsletter

Find out the latest news from the CSIRO Future Research Vessel Project.

Integrated Natural Resource Management Science: a joint CSIRO and UQ PhD Program

CSIRO, and The University of Queensland have established the Integrated Natural Resource Management PhD Program, a scholarship program for students undertaking postgraduate studies where the focus of their research is integrated natural resource management science.

Gene technology

Learn more about gene technology, how it impacts our lives and the research CSIRO is undertaking in this field.

Farming Ahead: CSIRO and related articles from 2009

Farming Ahead magazine regularly features CSIRO's research for the agricultural sector. This is a list of CSIRO articles published in the magazine throughout 2009.

Canberra: Black Mountain, ACT (Black Mountain laboratories)

CSIRO’s Black Mountain laboratories are the central research facilities of CSIRO Plant Industry, CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences and CSIRO Land and Water.

Indian Ocean phenomenon helping to predict extreme weather

A phenomenon in the Indian Ocean that affects events in southeast Australia is helping to predict extreme weather up to six months in advance.

Sustainable ocean ecosystems and living resources

The Wealth from Oceans Flagship is delivering science and technology to help sustain life in Australia's ocean realm.

Our resilient coastal Australia

The Wealth from Oceans Flagship is providing Australia's governments, industries and communities with the scientific knowledge, tools and approaches to make wise decisions about our uses of coastal environments.

The dynamic ocean: building foundations for climate, national security and sustainable marine industries

The Wealth from Oceans Flagship is creating and exploiting knowledge of ocean variability and change to deliver social, environmental and economic wealth to Australia.

Melbourne Water climate change study

Melbourne Water invited CSIRO to undertake a study on the implications of potential climate change for Melbourne's water resources.

Aquaculture genetics, nutrition and production

CSIRO research on aquaculture genetics, nutrition and production supports the sustainable growth of marine farming in Australia.

Dr Nick Elliott: improving aquaculture and beef productivity

Dr Nick Elliott leads a multi-disciplinary team involved in the research, development and application of new technologies for improving aquaculture and beef production in Australia.

Case study - Advancing vintages: wine-growing and climate change

Diary entries from southern Australian vineyards are reflecting the climatic changes growers are experiencing - with grape maturity at vineyards under study advancing by an average of 1.7 days a year since 1993.

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