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The Australian Government Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities and the National Water Commission have engaged CSIRO and Geoscience Australia to undertake the Assessment.
The Assessment involves a basin-scale investigation of water resources to fill knowledge gaps about the status of water...
This report examines important streamside management zone processes and illustrates them with examples from forest management operations and agriculture.
Streamside management zones (SMZs) are special landscape units that include riparian areas and adjacent lands that mitigate the movement of sediment, nutrients and other chemicals...
This report is an industry aligned technology roadmap of the TCF Nonwoven Textiles field. It provides detail to help ensure the industry has the technical capability to be globally competitive.
Enterprise Connect commissioned CSIRO through its SME Engagement Centre to develop a Technology Roadmap...
Scientists at the CSIRO are investigating how different wheat traits perform under projected climate conditions using tunnel houses specially designed to mimic the environment of 2050.
Evidence of coastal ecosystem degradation in the Great Barrier Reef has been linked with increased land-based runoff of suspended solids, nutrients and pesticides resulting from clearing and agricultural land use.
The long term survival of Australia’s world heritage listed Great Barrier Reef is under...
While the majority of Australians believe climate change is a real phenomenon, some confusion and misconceptions exist when trying to decipher the information presented by the media and other communication specialists.
In October 2010, CSIRO conducted an internet survey aimed at understanding...
The report is based on an analysis of climate change impacts on the deterioration of concrete infrastructure that was funded by Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency (DCCEE) and the CSIRO Climate Adaptation Flagship.
It aims to draw together all the major outcomes...
Degradation of coastal ecosystems in the Great Barrier Reef has been linked with increased land-based runoff of suspended solids, nutrients and pesticides.
The Reef Water Quality Protection Plan, a joint commitment of the Queensland and Australian Government, aims to reverse this dcline in water...