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Science and sailing are converging for the Sydney Hobart Yacht Race with oceanographers refining their satellite view of Australia’s eastern seaboard to track the ocean currents between Sydney and Hobart.
Science for tomorrow: developments
This article in Farming Ahead contains four stories on CSIRO’s research on climate studies, improving revegetation, walk-over weighing for cattle and forest growth models. (1 page)
Hydrocarbon incident response
This two-page brochure outlines CSIRO's expertise and resources used to develop strategic monitoring and response plans for oil and gas spill incidents.
Petroleum geoscience: Hydrodynamics
CSIRO’s capabilities in petroleum hydrogeology are applied to industry challenges including fault and top seal capacity for oil, gas and CO2 hydrocarbon migration, depletion studies, geological storage of CO2, submarine groundwater discharge and geothermal energy. (2 pages)
Knowing our oceans, securing our future
By unlocking the secrets of ocean processes, ecosystems and resources, CSIRO is addressing national challenges in which oceans play a central role. (4 pages)
Values and concerns of seafloor mining: results from community workshops
To evaluate the acceptability of seafloor mining, community members need information on potential environmental impacts, the relative costs and benefits, and how the industry will be managed. This knowledge will help address a considerable amount of uncertainty regarding the industry. (26 pages)
Australia's largest team of environmental statisticians is working on the big issues that face environmental managers, policymakers and ... all of us.
Petroleum geoscience: Sensors
CSIRO’s sensors team combines cross-disciplinary capabilities with extensive experience in emerging sensing technologies and nanotechnology to gain a detailed understanding of sensing devices and their possible application within the oil and gas sector. (2 pages)
Coastal Collaboration Cluster brochure
This brochure describes how the Coastal Collaboration Cluster – a major three-year research program – will develop approaches to better connect science with the needs of governments, communities and industries to meet coastal challenges. (2 pages)
Hydrocarbon sensor research
A prototype hydrocarbon sensor array system, developed by the CSIRO, is being used to monitor the movement of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. (2 pages)