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UNSW offers first Leapfrog 3D geological modelling course

UNSW offers first Leapfrog 3D geological modelling course

22 August 2012

The University of New South Wales is providing its first 3D Geological Modelling course (groundwater, mining, oil and gas) using Leapfrog software.

CWI welcomes Cameron Holley

CWI welcomes Cameron Holley

30 July 2012

The Connected Waters Initiative is delighted to welcome Cameron Holley to the Program 5 research stream (Integrating Socioeconomics, Policy and Decision Support) of the National Centre for Groundwater

Lessons in groundwater and mining

Lessons in groundwater and mining

9 July 2012

Dealing with groundwater at mine sites - from the conceptual phase of mine planning through to operations and closure - is the focus of a new course being run by the NCGRT, based at Flinders Universit

New Postdoc, PhD and Honours opportunities for 2013

New Postdoc, PhD and Honours opportunities for 2013

9 July 2012

Support for Postdoctoral, PhD and Honours projects at CWI is now available for 2013.

New facility for characterising organic matter

New facility for characterising organic matter

8 July 2012

The Connected Waters Initiative team has taken delivery of a new instrument specifically designed for the analysis of fluorescent organic matter in aquatic systems.

Field team achieve research milestone

Field team achieve research milestone

18 June 2012

A field research campaign was completed during May 2012 by an NCGRT team investigating the role of low permeability sediments in groundwater systems in the Upper Namoi catchment of the Murray-Darling

The heat is on: experimental research on heat as a tracer

The heat is on: experimental research on heat as a tracer

15 June 2012

An advanced experimental facility designed to simulate natural streambed conditions in the laboratory has confirmed how temperature measurements can be used to study an important pathway between surfa

Managing the world's rivers - improving accountability and transparency

Managing the world's rivers - improving accountability and transparency

17 May 2012

Rivers are often the most difficult of natural resources to manage because they extend over thousands of kilometres and involve many stakeholders - but a new international publication aims to provide

Secret soil cracks linger underground

Secret soil cracks linger underground

17 May 2012

Deep cracks in soil that appear during long dry spells can remain open underground even after they have visibly sealed on the surface, a new study has found.

Nature Education: Earth systems - now online

Nature Education: Earth systems - now online

3 May 2012

Nature has launched the latest of its Nature Education on-line series, 'Earth systems'.

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