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A recent research paper documenting research at CWI has been highlighted as an editor’s choice article from among all articles published in the Environmental Chemistry Letters journal during the past 12 months.
A new analytical system developed at the UNSW Connected Waters Initiative (CWI) is now poised to tackle measuring the properties of one of the most complex kinds of rock.
Arid zone rainfall monitoring facilities at the UNSW Fowlers Gap Research Station in western NSW have been upgraded and now provide rainfall, video and groundwater data feeds via the internet.
The Connected Waters Initiative (CWI) has received additional funding from the Department of Industry, Innovation, Climate Change, Science, Research and Tertiary Education (DIICCSRTE) for the Groundwater Education Investment Fund (GEIF).
A team from the UNSW Connected Waters Initiative (CWI) led by Dr Wendy Timms recently presented research findings in the USA as part of the 2013 Annual Conference organised by the International Mine Water Association (IMWA).
The efficiency, metering and environmental impacts of groundwater use will be the focus of a new CWI study into groundwater regulation.
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.
Congratulations to Gregoire Mariethoz who has won the 2013 Andrei Borisovich Vistelius Research Award of the International Association for Mathematical Geosciences.
Researchers have found a new technique for generating small-scale climate models from large-scale climate models.
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.