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The Connected Waters Initiative team has taken delivery of a new instrument specifically designed for the analysis of fluorescent organic matter in aquatic systems.
A field research campaign was completed during May 2012 by an NCGRT team investigating the role of low permeability sediments in groundwater systems in the Upper Namoi catchment of the Murray-Darling
An advanced experimental facility designed to simulate natural streambed conditions in the laboratory has confirmed how temperature measurements can be used to study an important pathway between surfa
Rivers are often the most difficult of natural resources to manage because they extend over thousands of kilometres and involve many stakeholders - but a new international publication aims to provide
Deep cracks in soil that appear during long dry spells can remain open underground even after they have visibly sealed on the surface, a new study has found.
Nature has launched the latest of its Nature Education on-line series, 'Earth systems'.
Groundwater @ Global Palaeoclimate Signals (G @ GPS) aims to interpret links between palaeoclimate archives and palaeogroundwater observations at continental and intercontinental scales.
The UNSW School of Mining invites attendees to the annual UNSW / Mitsubishi lecture on Thursday 3 May, 2012.
Speleothem Science: from Process to Past Environment by Ian J. Fairchild and Andy Baker (CWI) was published by Wiley-Blackwell in April 2012.
The volume of water needed to secure the long-term sustainability of the Murray-Darling river system cannot be identified clearly due to a lack of transparency in the proposed Murray-Darling Basin Pla