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GEIF launch at WRL

GEIF launch at WRL

28 October 2011

UNSW WRL celebrated the launch of its newest facility, the Groundwater Education Investment Fund (GEIF) headquarters on 7 September 2011.

Environmental "time machine"

Environmental "time machine"

18 October 2011

A new machine at the University of New South Wales Water Research Laboratory can act as an environmental "time machine.

Australia's climate, soil and groundwater history: a new facility for the analysis of carbonates

Australia's climate, soil and groundwater history: a new facility for the analysis of carbonates

4 October 2011

A new mass spectrometer facility funded by the Australian Research Council has been established within the UNSW Analytical Centre.

Liverpool Plains groundwater field day

Liverpool Plains groundwater field day

28 September 2011

A groundwater field day is being hosted at the Breeza Research Station, Liverpool Plains on Thursday 20th October, starting at 9am.

Accelerating groundwater extraction contributing to rise in sea levels

Accelerating groundwater extraction contributing to rise in sea levels

27 September 2011

A study calculating a new estimate of the quantity of groundwater extracted globally over the last century has quantified the contribution of that water to rising sea levels.

Groundwater ecosystem response to organic contamination

Groundwater ecosystem response to organic contamination

17 September 2011

A recent paper led by a new CWI team member Dr Adam Hartland has contributed new data on groundwater ecosystem structure and response to organic pollutants.

CWI Team a Eureka Prize finalist

CWI Team a Eureka Prize finalist

12 August 2011

The Connected Waters Initiative (CWI) Team is a finalist in the 2011 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes for Science.

New gravity field station in the Liverpool Plains

New gravity field station in the Liverpool Plains

27 July 2011

A new gravity field station funded by the National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training (NCGRT) has been set up on the Liverpool Plains as part of a research program studying water storage in

New coring technique success

New coring technique success

26 July 2011

Clay cores were successfully drilled on the Breeza plains using a new technique developed as part of research funded by the Australian Research Council and National Water Commission.

Groundwater for Decision Makers Course

Groundwater for Decision Makers Course

25 July 2011

This one day course is designed for professionals in consulting, research and public authorities to enable them to better inform decision making processes.

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