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The impacts of climate change and sea level rise have the potential to affect both the yield and quality of important strategic water resources provided by coastal aquifer systems.
We are running down our future by running down our wetlands and rivers. Our future is ecological, and it's agricultural and it's water, and water means wetlands and rivers. Not only do we need to stop the loss of our wetlands, we need to reverse this trend and support our land and our agriculture and our people in the process.
An experimental technique developed by a joint Australian-Canadian research effort offers the potential for new insight into long-term hydrogeological processes through the virtual acceleration of time.
What is subsidence, where and why does it occur and how can it be predicted?
How might our irrigation systems be adapted for the 21st century?
How does the Murray-Darling's complex water system work, how do we measure its capacity and supply under increasing demands, and how do we understand the implications for local communities - in just a year?
Advances in 3D geological modelling software and data availability now enable the analysis and communication of complex geological and hydrological data sets in a visually interactive 3D environment.
The National Water Commission considers groundwater to be a critical component of the water cycle that requires greater effort in the future to ensure its sustainable planning and management.
Researchers are investigating alternatives to traditional methods for measuring water flow.
If we fail to get the water, then it's ruin to the squatter, For the drought is on the station and the weather's growing hotter...