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 Agronomy Jigsaw - Nigel Metz

This 7-page PDF contains the slides presented by SEPWA's Nigel Metz at the GRDC National Water Use Efficiency Initiative meeting held in Melbourne, Victoria, on 9-10 August 2010.

Summer rainfall and stubble management - Nadine Hollamby

This 6-page PDF contains the slides presented by The Liebe Group's Nadine Hollamby at the GRDC National Water Use Efficiency Initiative meeting held in Melbourne, Victoria, on 9-10 August 2010.

National WUE Meeting - Ben O'Connor

This 17-page PDF contains the slides presented by Ben O'Connor from Southern Farming Systems at the GRDC National Water Use Efficiency Initiative meeting held in Melbourne, Victoria, on 9-10 August 2010.

Catch more, store more, grow more - Paul Breust

This 13-page PDF contains the slides presented by Farmlink's Paul Breust at the GRDC National Water Use Efficiency Initiative meeting held in Melbourne, Victoria, on 9-10 August 2010.

Grain and Graze 2 - Byron Pakula

This 4-page PDF contains the slides presented by Byron Pakula at the GRDC National Water Use Efficiency Initiative meeting held in Melbourne, Victoria, on 9-10 August 2010.

Initial WUE survey results - Barry Mudge

This 7-page PDF contains the slides presented by Barry Mudge at the GRDC National Water Use Efficiency Initiative meeting held in Melbourne, Victoria, on 9-10 August 2010.

Mallee Sustainable Farming preliminary results - Michael Moodie

This 8-page PDF contains the slides presented by Michael Moodie at the GRDC National Water Use Efficiency Initiative meeting held in Melbourne, Victoria, on 9-10 August 2010.

Mallee Water Use Efficiency Project: break crops - Dr Rick Llewellyn

This 11-page PDF contains the slides presented by Dr Rick Llewellyn at the Grains Research and Development Corporation National Water Use Efficiency Initiative meeting held in Melbourne, Victoria, on 9-10 August 2010.

Grazing stubble in a no-till, controlled-traffic system - Neil Fettell

This 10-page PDF contains the slides presented by Neil Fettell at the GRDC National Water Use Efficiency Initiative meeting held in Melbourne, Victoria, on 9-10 August 2010.

How to choose the right RAFT agent

This presentation details the chemistry of Reversible Addition-Fragmentation chain Transfer (RAFT) agents with an emphasis on choosing the right RAFT agent. (17 pages)

Previous research by the High Fibre Grains Collaboration Cluster

The High Fibre Grains Collaboration Cluster is developing new grain varieties and tailoring fibre content to optimise health benefits to consumers and value to industry. (2 pages)

CAF Working Paper 6: Coastal inundation under climate change: a case study in South East Queensland

This Climate Adaptation Flagship Working Paper assesses the costs and benefits of proactive, planned adaptation on built infrastructure in South East Queensland, a region recognised as facing a high risk of inundation in the future. (30 pages)

CSIRO RAFT patent portfolio

A list of CSIRO Reversible Addition-Fragmentation chain Transfer (RAFT) (reverse addition fragmentation chain transfer) patents. (1 page)

SEED Working Paper 42: Adapting to Climate Change Through Local Municipal Planning: Barriers and Opportunities

This 28-page working paper is number 2010-05 in the Socio-Economics and the Environment in Discussion (SEED) working paper series.

About CSIRO's RAFT capability and expertise

A brochure detailing CSIRO's current work and capabilities with Reversible Addition-Fragmentation chain Transfer (RAFT) technologies. (4 pages)

Best practice mechanism design and implementation: Concepts and Case Studies for Biodiversity

This 115-page document is intended to guide policy makers in the practical steps and questions to ask in the selection, design and implementation of biodiversity conservation mechanisms.

Perceptions of low emission energy technologies workshop reports

An expert in climate change and energy technology has provided responses to a range of questions posed by participants that attended workshops, undertaken by CSIRO to understand public perceptions towards climate change science and low emission energy technologies.

Communication, project planning and management for carbon capture and storage projects

These case study reports were undertaken as part of an international comparison of communication and engagement practices surrounding carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) projects.

More Cotton Per Drop

As part of CSIRO's effort to make Australian agriculture increasingly sustainable and profitable, researchers are improving water use efficiency in cotton through breeding and better farm management practices. (2 pages)

Microalgae Supply Service: prices and payment information

Download the payment information sheet for the cost and supply of microalgae cultures at the Australian National Algae Culture Collection. (1 page)

Microalgae Supply Service: order form and transfer agreement

A form for ordering microalgae strains from the CSIRO Microalgae Supply Service at Hobart, Tasmania. (2 pages)

CSIRO Times: OzBio 2010 and AusBiotech 2010

This eight-page CSIRO Times complements the OzBio 2010 and AusBiotech 2010 conferences held in September-October 2010.

Canberra Integrated Waterways Feasibility Study – Social Processes Report

This 40 page report presents the findings of the social impact component from the Canberra integrated feasibility study titled Canberra Integrated Waterways Feasibility Study.

Future Research Vessel: Draft General Arrangement

 A Preliminary General Arrangement of the Research Vessel – Investigator. These drawings are indicative and will be subject to amendment throughout the design phase of the Future Research Vessel Project. (17 pages)

Effects of changes in water availability on Indigenous people of the Murray-Darling Basin: a scoping study (final report)

In Australian Indigenous societies, water is vested with great cultural and symbolic significance as well as economic importance. (194 pages)

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