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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.
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CSIRO Land and Water free public seminars in Adelaide.
Dr Anthony Chariton's research is primarily in the areas of aquatic ecology, ecogenomics and environmental risk assessment.
CSIRO free public seminars in Townsville, Queensland.
Dr Jason Kirby is researching contaminants and micronutrients in environmental systems with a particular focus on human health and environmental risk assessment.
Dr Dirk Mallants is leading hydrogeochemistry and isotope hydrology research.
Dr Kathleen Scheiderich is conducting iron isotope studies of acid sulphate soils of the Lower Lakes in South Australia.
Dr Lei Cheng’s research focuses on investigating the coupling between water and carbon and assessing the ecohydrological impacts of rising CO2 concentration.
Members of the Gulumoerrgin language group worked with CSIRO staff to document and compile their Indigenous seasonal knowledge into a calendar.
Dr Erin Hestir uses remote sensing and geospatial technologies to understand how climate and environmental change influence aquatic ecosystem responses.
Ms Grace Tjandraatmadja is evaluating integrated water and wastewater services and transition strategies for more sustainable and climate resilient urban water services.
Dr Neumann specialises in hydrological and water quality modelling, climate change impacts and integrated urban water and stormwater management.
Dr Frederieke Kroon's research informs rehabilitation of coastal zones using a collaborative and integrated approach to both catchment management and aquatic health, to improve water quality, aquatic biodiversity and fisheries production.
The Simplified Daily River Model is the most defensible assessment of available water resources in the Murray-Darling Basin, considering environmental, economic and social impacts.
Dr Jorge Peña Arancibia is analysing global datasets and using hydrological models to advance the understanding of global change impacts on water resources.
Dr Marta Yebra is using remote sensing to assess the trade-off between carbon sequestration and water yields for alternative land use options in Australia.
Dr Darren Baldwin investigates how natural and anthropogenic disturbances affect the way energy and nutrients move through aquatic ecosystems.
Dr Van Dijk combines satellite and field data with prediction models to understand and measure our land and water resources.
Developing management strategies, assessing risks and addressing the challenges of both excessive and insufficient water on mine sites.
CSIRO is conducting research to help Australia address the challenges in adapting to climate change by providing the scientific basis to support sound adaptation decisions. (32 pages)
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 Wendy Welsh's primary research areas are in groundwater and river system modelling.
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