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Posted 30 January 2014
Sampling groundwater in a cave. Image courtesy ABC News.
Research undertaken by CWI at Wellington Caves to track groundwater movement was the focus of televised media coverage last week.
As reported on ABC News, the team is measuring surface-groundwater connectivity by tracking movement of water between the surface and the caves where aquifers are recharged.
Footage of groundwater measurements undertaken by Dr Martin Andersen of CWI. Courtesy ABC News.
Dr Wendy Timms was recently appointed to the Independent Expert Scientific Committee on Coal Seam Gas and Large Coal Mining Development (IESC).
Contributions from the CWI team feature in a new open access book that is among the first to cover hydrogeology, sustainable development, water policy, governance, and management.
Outcomes of the recent meeting of water law specialists hosted by the UNSW Faculty of Law and the Connected Waters Research Initiative Research Centre (CWI) have been brought together in a special issue of Environmental Planning and Law Journal (EPLJ).