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Robust policy design for managed aquifer recharge

Robust policy design for managed aquifer recharge

1 February 2011

The National Water Commission has released a new report produced by CSIRO on policy design for managed aquifer recharge (MAR).

Islands of fresh water within seas of salt water: groundwater research in central Australia

Islands of fresh water within seas of salt water: groundwater research in central Australia

25 January 2011

New research published by a team of researchers from UNSW, ANSTO, and UOW has provided new insight into some of the poorly understood shallow groundwater systems of central Australia.

Major floods recharge aquifers

Major floods recharge aquifers

17 January 2011

While major floods can cause terrible damage and losses, they can also recharge groundwater supplies in aquifers.

New Geoprobe commissioned

New Geoprobe commissioned

13 January 2011

UNSW has taken delivery of a new state-of-the-art 7822DT Geoprobe that will greatly assist with groundwater and soil moisture studies.

Breaking new ground for industry training

Breaking new ground for industry training

20 December 2010

Students attending the recent inaugural National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training (NCGRT) SW-GW Field Methods School were lucky enough to find themselves enjoying the brand new course in b

NCGRT training programme gives high school students a taste of groundwater research

NCGRT training programme gives high school students a taste of groundwater research

14 December 2010

NCGRT post-doctoral research fellow Dr Cath Jex of CWI recently gave a guest lecture to students at Turramurra High School in Sydney as part of NCGRT's commitment to provide training in all aspects of

Managed Aquifer Recharge scheme receives WA Water Award

Managed Aquifer Recharge scheme receives WA Water Award

2 December 2010

The Fortescue Metals Group Cloudbreak Managed Aquifer Recharge Scheme has received the 2010 WA Water Award for infrastructure innovation.

Scientists offer qualified support for Murray-Darling Basin Plan

Scientists offer qualified support for Murray-Darling Basin Plan

1 December 2010

Public debate about plans to revive the ailing Murray-Darling Basin river system so far has been dominated by concern about negative, short-term impacts, with little consideration of the long-term ben

Advancing the uptake of water recycling

Advancing the uptake of water recycling

29 November 2010

Acting CEO of the National Water Commission, Mr James Cameron, today called for greater use of recycled water as part of Australia's urban water supplies.

Breaking new ground: researchers find cave

Breaking new ground: researchers find cave

12 November 2010

A group of scientific researchers at the National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training (NCGRT) have discovered a new cave while exploring the Wellington Caves and Phosphate Mine.

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