Women in Water — visibility matters

The Goyder Institute for Water Research recently partnered with the Water Industry Alliance and the International Centre of Excellence in Water Resource Management, the National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training, Water Research Australia and the Department for Environment and Water in the Women in Water breakfast series, with the July breakfast focusing on ‘Celebrating women in […]

SA’s droughts are getting worse — new published research informed by Institute’s SA Climate Ready data

A new study has found that South Australia’s droughts are getting worse, becoming longer and more severe. Professor Simon Beecham, UniSA’s Deputy Vice Chancellor: Research and Innovation, led the study and drew on data from his Goyder Institute for Water Research SA Climate Ready project. The Institute’s SA Climate Ready project was the most extensive climate change investigation ever undertaken in […]

G-FLOWS project enters final stages — characterising the dimensions of a newly discovered paleochannel in the APY Lands

After discovery of a significant source of ancient water in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands last year as part of the Goyder Institute for Water Research’s G-FLOWS (Facilitating Long-term Outback Water Solutions) project (Stage 3), work has begun mapping the size and shape of the resource using a variety of geophysical techniques. The Institute’s G-FLOWS project brings together a team […]