Goyder Institute welcomes another new staff member to the team

Bryony Cotterall

We are delighted to welcome Dr Bryony Cotterell to the Goyder Institute for Water Research team. Bryony has joined us as a full time Research Program Manager and will be based at the University of Adelaide Campus. She has experience working on multi-disciplinary research projects and wants to combine her experience in research management with her […]

New Goyder Institute CLLMM Research Centre Participates in Collaborative Effort to Assist with Environmental DNA Sampling for Threatened Species

Caylee Hartman undertaking eDNA water sample collection (Photo: Nick Whiterod).

The Goyder Institute’s new Coorong, Lower Lakes and Murray Mouth (CLLMM) Research Centre recently joined the effort to further understand the presence of a nationally endangered freshwater fish in the Lower Lakes of South Australia. Murray hardyhead (Craterocephalus fluviatilis) have experienced considerable decline in range and abundance across the southern Murray-Darling Basin. The Lower Lakes […]

Delivering a Better Understanding of Water and Ecological interactions in the Braemar, Stuart Shelf and Northern Eyre Peninsula regions for Sustainable Development

A new project from Goyder Institute scientists, funded by the South Australian Government, aims to better understand the interactions and impact of resource and infrastructure development on water and ecosystems in the Braemar, Stuart Shelf and Northern Eyre regions of South Australia. The Stuart Shelf is part of the Adelaide Superbasin on the east of […]