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The CWI 2014 Annual report is now available.
The Water Research Laboratory (WRL) of the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at UNSW Australia has just completed initial centrifuge testing of thirteen drill core samples recovered by Water Corporation from a test hole at Beenyup in Western Australia.
CWI is now seeking a new Groundwater Technical Officer to help maintain the groundwater infrastructure and assist with fieldwork.
Six members of the Connected Waters Initiative Research Centre team presented CWI groundwater isotope research at the 13th AEIC in Sydney on 8-10th July 2015.
ARC Future Fellow Denis O'Carroll is joining the CWI team at UNSW.
University of New South Wales (UNSW), Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) and National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) researchers working at Yarrangobilly Caves in the Australian Snowy Mountains have found new information from cave deposits that will help reconstruct past climates and groundwater recharge processes.
New research in south-east Queensland is developing a clear understanding of the significance of flooding for sustainable groundwater use.
National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS)-funded infrastructure at the UNSW Fowlers Gap research Station has recorded a rainfall event that greatly exceeded all previous records collected during 45 years of monitoring.
A number of advances in our understanding of the timing and rate of unsaturated zone infiltration were made during 2014, thanks to the NCRIS infrastructure at Wellington in central-west NSW.
The Connected Waters Initiative Research Centre team had a strong presence again this year at the AGU Fall meeting.