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CWI researchers win Science Excellence award

CWI researchers win Science Excellence award

1 September 2010

CWI researchers have received the Science Excellence award for research presented at the 2010 Australian Cotton Conference in August.

NCGRT researchers at physical modelling conference

NCGRT researchers at physical modelling conference

15 July 2010

The National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training was represented at the recent International Conference on Physical Modelling in Geotechnics in Zuri

Wellington Caves as natural laboratories for groundwater and climate research

Wellington Caves as natural laboratories for groundwater and climate research

10 June 2010

UNSW has commenced a major new research initiative investigating how to obtain more accurate records of past climatic and environmental change from the mineral deposits that form in caves.

NCGRT Teaching and Research Facility established on the UNSW farm at Wellington, NSW

NCGRT Teaching and Research Facility established on the UNSW farm at Wellington, NSW

8 June 2010

The UNSW has commenced the establishment of the National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training (NCGRT) teaching and research facility on the Macquarie River at Wellington in NSW.

New tools to encourage the uptake of water recycling

New tools to encourage the uptake of water recycling

18 May 2010

The CEO of the National Water Commission, Mr Ken Matthews, and the Executive Director of the Water Services Association of Australia (WSAA), Mr Ross Young, today released three new software tools to a

CWI Team attends the 1st Australia & New Zealand FEFLOW Users Workshop

CWI Team attends the 1st Australia & New Zealand FEFLOW Users Workshop

15 May 2010

CWI was represented by Dr Wendy Timms, Dr Beatrice Giambastiani and Andrew McCallum at the 1st Australia & New Zealand FEFLOW Users Workshop, May 4-6 2010.

Murray-Darling water to flow where it is needed most

Murray-Darling water to flow where it is needed most

11 May 2010

A new CSIRO report released today will help ensure the delivery of maximum ecological benefits from water allocations in the Murray-Darling Basin (MDB).

River declines now causing havoc in birdlife

River declines now causing havoc in birdlife

4 May 2010

The slow death of one of Australia's iconic wetlands is causing dramatic upheavals in its bird populations, a new study has found.

New Basin plan "must get it right", say scientists

New Basin plan "must get it right", say scientists

11 March 2010

The forthcoming Murray-Darling Basin Plan is a once-in-a-life time opportunity to restore the ailing river system, more than 30 of Australia's leading freshwater scientists say.

Rare earths absorbed by clay in time

Rare earths absorbed by clay in time

7 January 2010

Rare earths are substances with properties useful for the development of green technologies, but may not be a good thing if let loose in the environment.

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