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From our oceans and coasts, landscapes and inland waters, to our atmosphere and climate, CSIRO research is helping to maintain the integrity of our environments and ensure our natural resources are used sustainably.
We developed apps to critically assess the impact of bushfires on communities. These can be used to mitigate devastating impacts of bushfires through planning and preparation.
Authored by CSIRO scientists, Biodiversity: Science and Solutions for Australia provides access to the latest scientific knowledge on Australia’s biodiversity in an engaging and clear format. Available for free download in multiple formats.
CSIRO has operated in northern Australia for more than 70 years and continues to maintain a strong presence in the region.
We work to understand the role of the atmosphere in the Earth system and provide comprehensive, rigorous science to help Australia understand, respond to and plan for a changing climate.
Working to halt the decline in Australia's biodiversity. Building better understanding of our species and ecosystems for better management.
Helping Australia better understand, respond to and prepare for extreme events and emergency situations, such as bushfires, floods, cyclones and drought.
Information about our work contributing to the effective management of Australia's natural resources, and the sustainable development of our landscapes.
Working to discover, enhance and sustain marine ecosystems and maximise the benefits from Australia's marine territory. Exploring the interplay of oceans and climate, and adaptation responses for our coastal communities.
Providing Australia with solutions for water resources management while protecting and restoring our major water ecosystems.
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