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UNSW researchers have identified Australia's most important wetlands for waterbirds, following one of the most extensive aerial surveys of its kind in the world.
A team of Australian scientists involving the University of Adelaide has bred salt tolerance into a variety of durum wheat that shows improved grain yield by 25% on salty soils.
Clearing waterways of vegetation will have a negative effect on the environment without solving flooding problems, warns water expert Professor Andrew Western, from the School of Engineering, Universi
Australians may strongly support the recycling of stormwater, according to evidence from three local water surveys.
In the heart of the Mojave Desert vast torrents of water flow freely in massive fountains, pirate lagoons, wave machines and casino waterfalls: the prodigality that characterises Las Vegas is sucking
CWI core team member Dr Wendy Timms has been appointed a Senior Lecturer in the UNSW School of Mining Engineering. She will teach topics such as geology and water in mining, and will continue to lead
Four of the world's leading authorities on global and regional water issues will gather in Sydney next week (23-27 January) to advise on Australia's groundwater research and training needs.
International water scientists have issued a call for action over the growing threat to the world's groundwater supplies from over-extraction and pollution.
PhD research scholarship opportunities are now available in the Connected Waters Initiative Research Centre, University of New South Wales(UNSW). We are looking for dedicated, well-motivated and enthu
A full time fixed term 2 year position is available for an experienced Research Scientist with a background in instrumental geochemical analysis with an emphasis on Laser Ablation ICPMS.