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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 research provides methods of calculating water savings from willow removal.
This page provides some information about mosquito-borne disease in the context of the recent flooding.
Dr Tom Denmead's research includes developing new techniques for measuring emissions of greenhouse gases from cropping and animal production systems.
Information and links to Water for a Healthy Country Flagship scientific publications.
This overview explains the causes of flooding in extreme weather events, and the ecological impacts of floods. Information is also provided about repairing flood damaged buildings.
This page provides information about the causes of flooding events, and links to further information.
This page provides information about the impacts of the flooding upon aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems.
CSIRO is contributing to freshwater ecological knowledge in the Murray-Darling Basin through the Murray-Darling Freshwater Research Centre.
CSIRO and James Cook University free public seminars in Townsville.
CSIRO free public seminars in Townsville, Queensland.
CSIRO Land and Water free public seminars in Perth.
New water recycling research will help clarify the feasibility and benefits of using water reuse and recycling technologies across the agri-food industries sector.
This page provides information about the impacts of the flooding on agriculture, including soils, production, supply, farm infrastructure and livelihoods.
Professor Damian Barrett is leading CSIRO's research into water management in the resources sector.
To celebrate a decade of publication, the Editors of Urban Water Journal have compiled a list of outstanding papers from the last ten years.
CSIRO Land and Water free public seminars in Melbourne.
Dr Durga Lal Shrestha is researching methods to improve streamflow forecasting through improved hydrological modelling and making best use of available observations and forecasts.
Dr Marie Ekström delivers tailored climate change scenario data for climate risk assessments of catchment and regional water resources.
The Pesticide Impact Rating Index (PIRI) is a simple pesticide risk indicator available as a free software package in Australia and overseas.
Information and links to CSIRO Land and Water scientific publications.
Dr Ben Macdonald is developing improved agricultural production systems through the measurement of gaseous exchanges of water and other trace gases between agricultural and natural ecosystems and the atmosphere.
The Queensland floods provided an opportunity for scientists to assess how our marine ecosystems respond to massive inputs of fresh water and sediments.
The Ecological Responses to Altered Flow Regimes Collaboration Cluster is undertaking research to support sustainable management of the Murray-Darling Basin's aquatic ecosystems.
CSIRO Land and Water free public seminars in Adelaide.
Catchment report for the Gilbert catchment, north Queensland.
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