Assortment of brochures.

Brochures & Fact Sheets

CSIRO produces fact sheets and brochures on a broad range of topics to disseminate information about its science and other activities.

The Ngan'gi Seasons Calendar

Indigenous ecological knowledge can tell us much about the ecology of northern Australia. The Nauiyu community from Daly River in the Northern Territory worked with CSIRO to create a seasonal calendar.(1 page)

The MalakMalak and Matngala Plant Knowledge Calendar

Traditional knowledge can tell us much about the ecology of northern Australia. MalakMalak traditional owners from the Daly River region in the Northern Territory worked with CSIRO to create a seasonal calendar of plant knowledge. (1 page)

Ocean acidification and implications for living marine resources symposium information

Download this PDF to get more information and a registration form for the Ocean acidification and implications for living marine resources symposium. (3 pages)

Materials Science and Engineering Capability Brochure

This four-page brochure provides information about the capabilites found at CSIRO Materials Science and Engineering.

Matching a RAFT agent with monomers

This table shows the degree of compatibility between monomer classes and the RAFT agent, as well as including supplier details and chain transfer agent data. (2 pages)

Barnes and Roeder Global Spinel Database

A database of the range of spinel compositions in the terrestrial mafic and ultramafic rock.

Monitoring cattle adaptation habits

CSIRO researchers have used GPS collar-tracking technology to investigate how easily cattle adapt to new grazing environments. (3 pages)

Second Annual Survey of Australian Attitudes to Climate Change: INTERIM REPORT

A survey of 5030 Australians was conducted in July and August of 2011 seeking people’s understandings of climate change. This 38 page interim report outlines the results of the survey.

Refined Statement of Functional Requirement for the Future Research Vessel

A detailed specification document provided to respondents outlining CSIRO’s technical requirements for the proposed Future Research Vessel (FRV). The Revised Statement of Functional Requirements was developed in consultation with the Technical Advisory Group for the FRV Project. (70 pages)

Peak minerals: linking technology and policy to long term benefit

This 31-page presentation is from the Mineral Futures Cluster's public forum held on 31 January 2011.

Mining employment and income distribution in Australia

This 17-page presentation is from the Mineral Futures Cluster's public forum held on 31 January 2011.

Peak minerals in Australia: a review of changing impacts and benefits

This 103-page paper reviews Australia’s current use of its mineral resources, future issues that will affect processing and use of minerals and metals, and the long‐term benefits that Australia may derive from such use.

Neighbour of Choice: a partnership model

This 50-page discussion paper outlines the 'Neighbour of Choice' study undertaken by Research Centre for Stronger Communities and funded by CSIRO.

Shire of Perenjori Survey

This 67-page community profile report from the Division of Humanities, Curtin University, profiles the communities of the southern mineral province of the Mid West, WA.

Climate adaptation in mining industries and communities

This 17-page presentation is from the Mineral Futures Cluster's public forum held on 31 January 2011.

Brave new mine: societal and workforce implications of automating mine vehicles

This 21-page presentation is from the Mineral Futures Cluster's public forum held on 31 January 2011.

Development in Boddington

This 12-page presentation is from the Mineral Futures Cluster's public forum held on 31 January 2011.

Remote mining operations: economic impact of autonomous and remote operation mining

This report was produced as part of the Minerals Futures Collaboration Cluster.

Regions in transition: developments in the Mid West

This presentation is from the Mineral Futures Cluster's public forum held on 31 January 2011. (9 pages)

National Peak Minerals Forum: summary and future directions

This six-page report summarises the activities and outcomes from the National Peak Minerals Forum held on 29 April 2010.

Autonomous and remote operation technologies in Australian mining

This 44-page report was produced by the Sustainable Minerals Institute, The University of Queensland as part of the Mineral Futures Collaboration Cluster.

Update on Vision 2040 – Mining Minerals and Innovation

This 24-page consultation paper was produced as part of the Mineral Future Collaboration Cluster.

Mineral futures discussion paper: sustainability issues, challenges and opportunities

This discussion paper explores the background issues relating to mineral futures as a first step in the three-year research program of the Mineral Futures Collaboration Cluster. (71 pages)

Interview results: Emerging trends on the human factors inssues regarding automated mining equipment

This 19-page report was produced by the Sustainable Minerals Institute, The University of Queensland as part of the Mineral Futures Collaboration Cluster.

Literature review: Emerging human factors trends regarding automated mining equipment

This 31-page literature review was produced by the University of Queensland as part of the Mineral Futures Collaboration Cluster.

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