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Groundwater use study aims for better regulation

Groundwater use study aims for better regulation

13 August 2013

The efficiency, metering and environmental impacts of groundwater use will be the focus of a new CWI study into groundwater regulation.

NSW Chief Scientist & Engineer releases initial report from independent review of coal seam gas activities

NSW Chief Scientist & Engineer releases initial report from independent review of coal seam gas activities

6 August 2013

The Chief Scientist & Engineer has recommended the State Government take steps to build public trust in its capacity to oversee a safe coal seam gas industry in New South Wales.

Gregoire Mariethoz awarded

Gregoire Mariethoz awarded

5 March 2013

Congratulations to Gregoire Mariethoz who has won the 2013 Andrei Borisovich Vistelius Research Award of the International Association for Mathematical Geosciences.

A geostatistical approach to down-scale climate forecasts

A geostatistical approach to down-scale climate forecasts

17 February 2013

Researchers have found a new technique for generating small-scale climate models from large-scale climate models.

Crumbling bores 'jeopardise nation's water'

Crumbling bores 'jeopardise nation's water'

4 February 2013

Fifteen thousand collapsing bores - and a half-billion dollar repair bill - are endangering the future of Australia's largest and most precious resource, its groundwater.

Evolution of water regulation in New South Wales

Evolution of water regulation in New South Wales

21 December 2012

A new article published in the Australasian Journal of Natural Resources Law and Policy charts the recent history of compliance and enforcement of groundwater licences in New South Wales.

Heat as a tracer workshop - the heat is on!

Heat as a tracer workshop - the heat is on!

10 December 2012

CWI and NCGRT organised a well-attended and successful workshop at the Water Research Laboratory, Sydney on 26 November 2012.

Shaping a Nation

Shaping a Nation

21 November 2012

A new book produced by Geoscience Australia charts the history and evolution of the Australian landmass, including a substantial chapter on groundwater resources.

Opinion: Flooding in the Murray good news for farmers

Opinion: Flooding in the Murray good news for farmers

16 November 2012

The proposed basin plan and its environmental flows represent one of the most significant environmental initiatives in Australia's history.

Leading Practice Sustainable Development Program (LPSD) at International Mine Water Congress

Leading Practice Sustainable Development Program (LPSD) at International Mine Water Congress

8 October 2012

CWI was represented at the recent International Mine Water Congress in Bunbury, Western Australia.

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