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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 14 research areas
CSIRO manages national facilities and collections that are opened to researchers around Australia and overseas.
Our publications repository contains records of more than 80 years of CSIRO research publications, such as journal articles, conference papers, books and reports. Some recent records may have full-text attachments available where copyright and confidentiality conditions permit.
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This article reports the findings of two surveys conducted in late 2010, with Australian mining companies and local government authorities respectively, investigating their perceptions and activities related to climate change adaptation.
A new modelling approach has been used to assess which configurations of natural habitat are likely to best retain biodiversity under climate change.
Climate scientists studying the impact of changing wave behaviour on the world's coastlines are reporting a likely decrease in average wave heights across 25 per cent of the global ocean.
In a new estimate of the global impact from wheat stem rust, researchers say that potential losses are unlikely to be as catastrophic as past predictions, but sustained research investment is needed to ensure crops are resistant to new strains of the disease.
Pollination is an important step in making seeds and fruits which can significantly influence crop harvest. Some crops are managed for improved pollination by adding honey bee hives during flowering season.
A team of CSIRO researchers has been working with the Torres Strait tropical rock lobster fishery to develop a scientific way to integrate cultural factors into natural resources management.
This paper published in the journal Science provides an insight into the evolution of the bat's flight, resistance to viruses, and relatively long life.
Catchment and riparian degradation has resulted in declining ecosystem health of streams worldwide. With restoration a priority in many regions, there is an increasing interest in the scale at which land use influences stream ecosystem health.
A book chapter in Negotiating our future: Living scenarios for Australia to 2050.
This book chapter from Next Generation Disaster and Security Management discusses the strategic implications of social media for emergency management practice.
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