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A new study from Goyder Institute scientists has found that extremely high levels of salt and nutrients in the Coorong, an internationally important South Australian estuary at the end of the River Murray, is causing serious
A new study from Goyder Institute scientists has found that extremely high levels of salt and nutrients in the Coorong, an internationally important South Australian estuary at the end of the River Murray, is causing serious
The Goyder Institute for Water Research has released a restoration strategy for the Ruppiacommunity of the Southern Coorong as part of the Healthy Coorong, Healthy Basin (HCHB) program,which is jointly funded by the Australian and South
The Goyder Institute for Water Research has released a restoration strategy for the Ruppiacommunity of the Southern Coorong as part of the Healthy Coorong, Healthy Basin (HCHB) program,which is jointly funded by the Australian and South
The Goyder Institute and Department for Environment and Water have launched a series of research projects to determine how South Australian River Murray environments are responding to the 2022-2023 high flow event. The projects will fill
The Goyder Institute and Department for Environment and Water have launched a series of research projects to determine how South Australian River Murray environments are responding to the 2022-2023 high flow event. The projects will fill
Over the next 50 years, the demand for water will increase while our drying climate will reduce available sources. The water systems in Greater Adelaide will need to be resilient in the face of future uncertainty
Over the next 50 years, the demand for water will increase while our drying climate will reduce available sources. The water systems in Greater Adelaide will need to be resilient in the face of future uncertainty
Following on from the Goyder Institute’s partners agreeing to extend the Institute’s third term from July 2023 to June 2026, we have initiated a process to ‘refresh’ our current strategic plan to ensure it is fit for purpose for the
Following on from the Goyder Institute’s partners agreeing to extend the Institute’s third term from July 2023 to June 2026, we have initiated a process to ‘refresh’ our current strategic plan to ensure it is fit for purpose for the
Following our participation in Sweat4Soap and the World Wetlands Run over the past two years, #TeamGoyder will be celebrating World Water Day on 22 March 2023 by taking part in #WorldWaterRun week. And yes, we may be a little crazy, but what
Following our participation in Sweat4Soap and the World Wetlands Run over the past two years, #TeamGoyder will be celebrating World Water Day on 22 March 2023 by taking part in #WorldWaterRun week. And yes, we may be a little crazy, but what
Goyder Institute for Water Research partners have agreed to extend the Institute’s third term from 1 July 2023 through to 30 June 2026. The South Australian Government, through the Department for Environment and Water, CSIRO, Flinders University,
Goyder Institute for Water Research partners have agreed to extend the Institute’s third term from 1 July 2023 through to 30 June 2026. The South Australian Government, through the Department for Environment and Water, CSIRO, Flinders University,
Adelaide could soon become a much harsher place to live as extreme temperature events become more common, alongside more frequent and intense floods and droughts. Increasing urbanisation is also reducing the amount of vegetation in the
Adelaide could soon become a much harsher place to live as extreme temperature events become more common, alongside more frequent and intense floods and droughts. Increasing urbanisation is also reducing the amount of vegetation in the
I’m delighted to share our 2022 Annual Report, outlining our achievements for what has been another significant year. This year, we successfully delivered the Healthy Coorong, Healthy Basin (HCHB) research program and the water resource rating, outback water and urban
I’m delighted to share our 2022 Annual Report, outlining our achievements for what has been another significant year. This year, we successfully delivered the Healthy Coorong, Healthy Basin (HCHB) research program and the water resource rating, outback water and urban
It’s hard to believe that we’re already approaching the last six months of our current term. I’m pleased to report that we are progressing extremely well towards our goals. You can take a closer look at
It’s hard to believe that we’re already approaching the last six months of our current term. I’m pleased to report that we are progressing extremely well towards our goals. You can take a closer look at
Following on from the Goyder Institute’s state and national awards last year, the Institute and its partners recently received the Australian Water Association’s (AWA) South Australia Branch Award for R&D Excellence for 2022 for the Institute’s
Following on from the Goyder Institute’s state and national awards last year, the Institute and its partners recently received the Australian Water Association’s (AWA) South Australia Branch Award for R&D Excellence for 2022 for the Institute’s
New research of the Goyder Institute for Water Research has evaluated the potential for developing a sustainability rating system for the management of water resources in South Australia. A team of researchers led by Dr Bethany Cooper of the
New research of the Goyder Institute for Water Research has evaluated the potential for developing a sustainability rating system for the management of water resources in South Australia. A team of researchers led by Dr Bethany Cooper of the
Picture: helicopter with equipment used to carry out the geophysics survey passing over the southern coastline of the South East region (Courtesy: D Williamson) The new research project Adaptation of the South-Eastern drainage system under a changing climate has
Picture: helicopter with equipment used to carry out the geophysics survey passing over the southern coastline of the South East region (Courtesy: D Williamson) The new research project Adaptation of the South-Eastern drainage system under a changing climate has
The Goyder Institute for Water Research will deliver a new water Research Hub in the nationally and internationally important Coorong, Lower Lakes and Murray Mouth region of South Australia. The provision of $8 million of Commonwealth funding was jointly
The Goyder Institute for Water Research will deliver a new water Research Hub in the nationally and internationally important Coorong, Lower Lakes and Murray Mouth region of South Australia. The provision of $8 million of Commonwealth funding was jointly
The Goyder Institute for Water Research will deliver a new water Research Hub in the nationally and internationally important Coorong, Lower Lakes and Murray Mouth region of South Australia. The provision of $8 million of Commonwealth funding was jointly
The Goyder Institute for Water Research will deliver a new water Research Hub in the nationally and internationally important Coorong, Lower Lakes and Murray Mouth region of South Australia. The provision of $8 million of Commonwealth funding was jointly
Dr Kane Aldridge recently informed the Institute Chair and Board that he will be leaving the Institute in early 2023, with a transition to Watertrust Australia occurring between November to January to ensure an effective handover over
Dr Kane Aldridge recently informed the Institute Chair and Board that he will be leaving the Institute in early 2023, with a transition to Watertrust Australia occurring between November to January to ensure an effective handover over
With discussions regarding environmental water recovery in the Murray-Darling Basin Plan receiving attention lately, we invited Prof Barry Hart to write an article on the topic, building on his extensive experience in water research and management. Did
With discussions regarding environmental water recovery in the Murray-Darling Basin Plan receiving attention lately, we invited Prof Barry Hart to write an article on the topic, building on his extensive experience in water research and management. Did
In 2021, Goyder Institute staff ran and walked a total of 151km as part of the Thirst Foundation’s Sweat4Soap campaign led by ultra-marathon runner and water activist Mina Guli. For every kilometre covered, one bar of soap is
In 2021, Goyder Institute staff ran and walked a total of 151km as part of the Thirst Foundation’s Sweat4Soap campaign led by ultra-marathon runner and water activist Mina Guli. For every kilometre covered, one bar of soap is
The Goyder Institute for Water Research is pleased to announce that it is partnering with the Limestone Coast Landscape Board for a new 2.5 year research project to help build resilience of agriculture and groundwater dependant ecosystems in
The Goyder Institute for Water Research is pleased to announce that it is partnering with the Limestone Coast Landscape Board for a new 2.5 year research project to help build resilience of agriculture and groundwater dependant ecosystems in
Researchers from the Healthy Coorong, Healthy Basin Trials and Investigations Aquatic Plants and Algae Component undertaking field research in the Coorong South Lagoon, surrounded by mats of filamentous algae (Image: K.J. van Dyjk). Following the conclusion of
Researchers from the Healthy Coorong, Healthy Basin Trials and Investigations Aquatic Plants and Algae Component undertaking field research in the Coorong South Lagoon, surrounded by mats of filamentous algae (Image: K.J. van Dyjk). Following the conclusion of
Kym Walton (PIRSA-SARDI) presenting at the Loxton Research Centre on 23 & 24 August 2022 Industry, government and research partners of the One Basin CRC have begun to come together to identify the shared challenges to be
Kym Walton (PIRSA-SARDI) presenting at the Loxton Research Centre on 23 & 24 August 2022 Industry, government and research partners of the One Basin CRC have begun to come together to identify the shared challenges to be
The South Australian Department for Environment and Water and the Goyder Institute have partnered to appoint Hon Karlene Maywald as the South Australian Water Ambassador for 2022-2023. This will be an important role for the South
The South Australian Department for Environment and Water and the Goyder Institute have partnered to appoint Hon Karlene Maywald as the South Australian Water Ambassador for 2022-2023. This will be an important role for the South
Following the tremendous news regarding the success of the One Basin CRC bid in May 2022, the One Basin CRC Leadership Team and Partners have been busy progressing towards the formal establishment of the CRC entity, its
Following the tremendous news regarding the success of the One Basin CRC bid in May 2022, the One Basin CRC Leadership Team and Partners have been busy progressing towards the formal establishment of the CRC entity, its
Aquaculture has been widely identified as a key area of primary industries growth globally, nationally and in South Australia (SA). Over the last 30 years it has grown in farm-gate value from about $1 million to
Aquaculture has been widely identified as a key area of primary industries growth globally, nationally and in South Australia (SA). Over the last 30 years it has grown in farm-gate value from about $1 million to
A major research program to provide high-quality, independent research to inform the future management of the Coorong has been successfully delivered by the Goyder Institute. This follows an intensive two years of field and laboratory investigations,
A major research program to provide high-quality, independent research to inform the future management of the Coorong has been successfully delivered by the Goyder Institute. This follows an intensive two years of field and laboratory investigations,
The Goyder Institute for Water Research Partners were recently announced as winners of the Australian Water Association’s National Award for Research and Development Excellence. The award was for the Institute’s second term research program, reflecting the large,
The Goyder Institute for Water Research Partners were recently announced as winners of the Australian Water Association’s National Award for Research and Development Excellence. The award was for the Institute’s second term research program, reflecting the large,
The Goyder Institute for Water Research and its partners will play a leading role in a new multi-million dollar collaborative research program set up to safeguard the environmental and commercial future of the Murray-Darling Basin. A $50
The Goyder Institute for Water Research and its partners will play a leading role in a new multi-million dollar collaborative research program set up to safeguard the environmental and commercial future of the Murray-Darling Basin. A $50
The South Australian Department for Environment and Water has recently commissioned the Goyder Institute for Water Research to investigate the potential to create an environmental, social and governance (ESG) rating system for water resources across the
The South Australian Department for Environment and Water has recently commissioned the Goyder Institute for Water Research to investigate the potential to create an environmental, social and governance (ESG) rating system for water resources across the
The Goyder Institute-led Healthy Coorong, Healthy Basin Phase 1 Trials and Investigations Research Components are wrapping up their intensive field program as the research enters its final stages. The components will be completed by 30 June 2022, with our
The Goyder Institute-led Healthy Coorong, Healthy Basin Phase 1 Trials and Investigations Research Components are wrapping up their intensive field program as the research enters its final stages. The components will be completed by 30 June 2022, with our
Waterbirds at Tolderol wetland. Courtesy: Colin Rogers Research undertaken by the Goyder Institute has provided important knowledge for supporting the Australian and South Australian governments’ investment of $10 million to improve the quality and availability of waterbird habitat
Waterbirds at Tolderol wetland. Courtesy: Colin Rogers Research undertaken by the Goyder Institute has provided important knowledge for supporting the Australian and South Australian governments’ investment of $10 million to improve the quality and availability of waterbird habitat
Source: theguardian.com The recent floods in eastern Australia and regional South Australia have served as an unfortunate but important reminder of the devastating impacts that extreme weather events can have on communities. While it’s too early to
Source: theguardian.com The recent floods in eastern Australia and regional South Australia have served as an unfortunate but important reminder of the devastating impacts that extreme weather events can have on communities. While it’s too early to
Water scarcity is an acute challenge for arid and semi-arid regions around the world that impacts all aspects of sustainable development. As the driest inhabited continent, Australia has developed knowledge and capabilities in many aspects of
Water scarcity is an acute challenge for arid and semi-arid regions around the world that impacts all aspects of sustainable development. As the driest inhabited continent, Australia has developed knowledge and capabilities in many aspects of
Following the announcement of the ONE Basin Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) being shortlisted for the final stage of the current round of CRCs, the bid team recently submitted the stage 2 bid. This is an important milestone for the ONE
Following the announcement of the ONE Basin Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) being shortlisted for the final stage of the current round of CRCs, the bid team recently submitted the stage 2 bid. This is an important milestone for the ONE
Innovative urban water management will be critical for supporting the liveability of cities throughout the world under future climates. Climate change, population growth, urban expansion and the complexity of urban water management pose significant future challenges
Innovative urban water management will be critical for supporting the liveability of cities throughout the world under future climates. Climate change, population growth, urban expansion and the complexity of urban water management pose significant future challenges
As reported in August 2021, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released its latest report on climate change − highlighting that our climate is changing, with projections for southern Australia including a reduction in mean rainfall, an increase in
As reported in August 2021, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released its latest report on climate change − highlighting that our climate is changing, with projections for southern Australia including a reduction in mean rainfall, an increase in
To celebrate World Wetlands Day (2 February 2022) and to help raise awareness of the critical importance of our global wetlands, the Goyder Institute has signed up to take part in the World Wetlands Run between 2-5 February. In
To celebrate World Wetlands Day (2 February 2022) and to help raise awareness of the critical importance of our global wetlands, the Goyder Institute has signed up to take part in the World Wetlands Run between 2-5 February. In
We hope that everyone had a relaxing and enjoyable holiday season. We are all now well and truly ‘back on deck’ after spending some valuable time with family and friends in preparation for what will be
We hope that everyone had a relaxing and enjoyable holiday season. We are all now well and truly ‘back on deck’ after spending some valuable time with family and friends in preparation for what will be
As we approach the end of 2021, we also reach the halfway mark of the third-term of the Institute. And so it is timely to reflect on the Institute’s achievements, which we have done in our 2021
As we approach the end of 2021, we also reach the halfway mark of the third-term of the Institute. And so it is timely to reflect on the Institute’s achievements, which we have done in our 2021
Image: The Food Webs research team sampling fish in the Coorong (Photo credit: Qifeng Ye) Healthy wetland animal populations depend on having both suitable habitat and a functioning food web. The Coorong consists of a diverse range
Image: The Food Webs research team sampling fish in the Coorong (Photo credit: Qifeng Ye) Healthy wetland animal populations depend on having both suitable habitat and a functioning food web. The Coorong consists of a diverse range
The Honourable Melissa Price MP, Minister for Science and Technology recently approved the progression of the ONE Basin Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) to the final stage of the current round of CRC applications. ONE Basin was one of
The Honourable Melissa Price MP, Minister for Science and Technology recently approved the progression of the ONE Basin Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) to the final stage of the current round of CRC applications. ONE Basin was one of
Following the successful completion of the second term of the Goyder Institute as highlighted in our October e-newsletter, the research program continues to have important impacts locally and nationally.  Whilst the second term research program was focussed
Following the successful completion of the second term of the Goyder Institute as highlighted in our October e-newsletter, the research program continues to have important impacts locally and nationally.  Whilst the second term research program was focussed
The Goyder Institute Partners were recently awarded the Australian Water Association’s SA Branch R&D Award for the Institute’s second term research program. This is a wonderful recognition of the quality and impact of the Institute’s research,
The Goyder Institute Partners were recently awarded the Australian Water Association’s SA Branch R&D Award for the Institute’s second term research program. This is a wonderful recognition of the quality and impact of the Institute’s research,
The start of 2023 represents a period of change and new beginnings for the Goyder Institute for Water Research. As 2022 came to an end, the Institute bade farewell to outgoing Director, Dr Kane Aldridge and
The start of 2023 represents a period of change and new beginnings for the Goyder Institute for Water Research. As 2022 came to an end, the Institute bade farewell to outgoing Director, Dr Kane Aldridge and
The Coorong is renowned nationally and internationally for its waterbirds. It is an important site for migratory species of the East Asian-Australasian flyway, an area that encompasses the annual migration route for over 50 million migratory
The Coorong is renowned nationally and internationally for its waterbirds. It is an important site for migratory species of the East Asian-Australasian flyway, an area that encompasses the annual migration route for over 50 million migratory
As highlighted in our September eNews, in support of Global Handwashing Day on 15 October 2021, our team at the Goyder Institute participated in #Sweat4Soap. This campaign, led by ultramarathon runner Mina Guli and the Thirst Foundation,
As highlighted in our September eNews, in support of Global Handwashing Day on 15 October 2021, our team at the Goyder Institute participated in #Sweat4Soap. This campaign, led by ultramarathon runner Mina Guli and the Thirst Foundation,
Water scarcity is an acute challenge for arid and semi-arid regions, and it impacts all aspects of sustainable development. As the driest state on the driest inhabited continent, South Australia has developed knowledge and capabilities in
Water scarcity is an acute challenge for arid and semi-arid regions, and it impacts all aspects of sustainable development. As the driest state on the driest inhabited continent, South Australia has developed knowledge and capabilities in
An independent evaluation has concluded that the Goyder Institute’s second term research program (2015-2020) was highly successful, delivering important research that influenced priority water policies and improved economic, environmental, cultural and social outcomes within South Australia. In addition to Videos and
An independent evaluation has concluded that the Goyder Institute’s second term research program (2015-2020) was highly successful, delivering important research that influenced priority water policies and improved economic, environmental, cultural and social outcomes within South Australia. In addition to Videos and
In the middle of the global COVID-19 pandemic, access to clean water and handwashing has never been more important to help keep our families and communities safe from disease. While access to clean water and sanitation
In the middle of the global COVID-19 pandemic, access to clean water and handwashing has never been more important to help keep our families and communities safe from disease. While access to clean water and sanitation
Plants play a critical role in aquatic ecosystems, providing habitat and food that support the diversity and abundance of invertebrates, fish and birds. This is the case for the Coorong, with the presence and location of
Plants play a critical role in aquatic ecosystems, providing habitat and food that support the diversity and abundance of invertebrates, fish and birds. This is the case for the Coorong, with the presence and location of
Nutrients are known to be a key driver of aquatic ecosystem health. While nutrients are essential for all living organisms, high nutrient levels can lead to problems such as excessive algal growth, or ‘algal blooms’. Ongoing
Nutrients are known to be a key driver of aquatic ecosystem health. While nutrients are essential for all living organisms, high nutrient levels can lead to problems such as excessive algal growth, or ‘algal blooms’. Ongoing
The Goyder Institute is partnering in the rebid for the ONE Basin Cooperative Research Centre (CRC), which will address one of Australia’s most complex water challenges. ONE Basin will support resilient communities in the Murray-Darling Basin by,
The Goyder Institute is partnering in the rebid for the ONE Basin Cooperative Research Centre (CRC), which will address one of Australia’s most complex water challenges. ONE Basin will support resilient communities in the Murray-Darling Basin by,
On 9 August 2021, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released its latest report on climate change. The observed and projected changes to the global climate outlined in the report have significant implications for water management across the
On 9 August 2021, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released its latest report on climate change. The observed and projected changes to the global climate outlined in the report have significant implications for water management across the
Our vision through to 2023 is that the Goyder Institute enhances the vibrancy of communities across South Australia and nationally by continuing to lead the delivery of impactful research for sustainable, innovative and integrated water management.
Our vision through to 2023 is that the Goyder Institute enhances the vibrancy of communities across South Australia and nationally by continuing to lead the delivery of impactful research for sustainable, innovative and integrated water management.
The start of the new financial year provides opportunity for renewal, and the Goyder Institute is delighted to introduce its new branding. While our overall logo remains unchanged, the Institute is introducing a new ‘Icons’ branding
The start of the new financial year provides opportunity for renewal, and the Goyder Institute is delighted to introduce its new branding. While our overall logo remains unchanged, the Institute is introducing a new ‘Icons’ branding
In 2015, as a Member of the United Nations, Australia adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Underpinning the Agenda are 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), supported by 169 targets and accompanying indicators, provide a blueprint to achieve a
In 2015, as a Member of the United Nations, Australia adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Underpinning the Agenda are 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), supported by 169 targets and accompanying indicators, provide a blueprint to achieve a
Five teams of researchers, brought together through the Goyder Institute, have been conducting extensive investigations about the Coorong ecosystem that are critical to efforts to restore this iconic wetland. The research project is due to be
Five teams of researchers, brought together through the Goyder Institute, have been conducting extensive investigations about the Coorong ecosystem that are critical to efforts to restore this iconic wetland. The research project is due to be
The results of the research project ‘Translating Ngarrindjeri Yannarumi into water resource risk assessments’ have recently been publicly released on the Goyder Institute website. The project was commissioned by the South Australian Government in 2018 as a
The results of the research project ‘Translating Ngarrindjeri Yannarumi into water resource risk assessments’ have recently been publicly released on the Goyder Institute website. The project was commissioned by the South Australian Government in 2018 as a
The Goyder Institute has recently published the results of the research project “A decision framework for selecting stormwater management interventions to reduce fine sediments and improve coastal water quality”. Funded by the Department for Water and
The Goyder Institute has recently published the results of the research project “A decision framework for selecting stormwater management interventions to reduce fine sediments and improve coastal water quality”. Funded by the Department for Water and
Several scientists from the Goyder Institute for Water Research participated in the Project Coorong’s World Wetlands Day Science Forum that was held in Goolwa in February. The Science Forum gave members of the local community the
Several scientists from the Goyder Institute for Water Research participated in the Project Coorong’s World Wetlands Day Science Forum that was held in Goolwa in February. The Science Forum gave members of the local community the
In a world first, sharp-tailed sandpipers have been tracked using satellite trackers as they move around the Coorong and neighbouring wetlands before migrating to Siberia to breed. The shorebird tracking program is part of a suite
In a world first, sharp-tailed sandpipers have been tracked using satellite trackers as they move around the Coorong and neighbouring wetlands before migrating to Siberia to breed. The shorebird tracking program is part of a suite
Institute Director Dr Kane Aldridge is currently enjoying some well-earned leave. Dr Alec Rolston is Acting Director with the support of Mr Daniel Pierce. Alec can be contacted via email at alec.rolston@goyderinstitute.org and by phone on 0405 846
Institute Director Dr Kane Aldridge is currently enjoying some well-earned leave. Dr Alec Rolston is Acting Director with the support of Mr Daniel Pierce. Alec can be contacted via email at alec.rolston@goyderinstitute.org and by phone on 0405 846
South Australia’s climate is changing. The Goyder Institute’s Climate Ready project developed downscaled climate projections for South Australia’s regions. It highlighted that South Australia will become hotter and drier, with more frequent and intense extreme weather events as
South Australia’s climate is changing. The Goyder Institute’s Climate Ready project developed downscaled climate projections for South Australia’s regions. It highlighted that South Australia will become hotter and drier, with more frequent and intense extreme weather events as
The Goyder Institute for Water Research is delighted to welcome Dr Alec Rolston to the team as Research Program Manager. Dr Rolston will be overseeing the Goyder Institute’s research projects of the Healthy Coorong, Healthy Basin program. Alec’s
The Goyder Institute for Water Research is delighted to welcome Dr Alec Rolston to the team as Research Program Manager. Dr Rolston will be overseeing the Goyder Institute’s research projects of the Healthy Coorong, Healthy Basin program. Alec’s
The ONE Basin Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) was identified as one of five successfully shortlisted bids after 14 proposals from across Australia and all scientific disciplines were considered during Stage 1 of the bid process. This
The ONE Basin Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) was identified as one of five successfully shortlisted bids after 14 proposals from across Australia and all scientific disciplines were considered during Stage 1 of the bid process. This
We would like to congratulate Professor Jennifer McKay, Professor of Business Law, University of South Australia for being awarded the Premier’s Water Professional of the Year Award at the Australian Water Association’s South Australian Water Awards.
We would like to congratulate Professor Jennifer McKay, Professor of Business Law, University of South Australia for being awarded the Premier’s Water Professional of the Year Award at the Australian Water Association’s South Australian Water Awards.
Well, there’s no doubt that 2020 had some surprises in store for all of us. Aside from the personal challenges of operating in a global pandemic, many of our teams had to put field work on
Well, there’s no doubt that 2020 had some surprises in store for all of us. Aside from the personal challenges of operating in a global pandemic, many of our teams had to put field work on
The Goyder Institute for Water Research is delighted to welcome Professor Barry T Hart (AM) as its new Independent Chair. Prof Hart, an Emeritus Professor at Monash University, has extensive experience in the water resources sector
The Goyder Institute for Water Research is delighted to welcome Professor Barry T Hart (AM) as its new Independent Chair. Prof Hart, an Emeritus Professor at Monash University, has extensive experience in the water resources sector
Goyder Institute for Water Research scientists are excited to be working together with citizen scientists as part of Phase 1 of the Healthy Coorong Healthy Basin Program (HCHB). November 2020 marks the 35th anniversary of the Coorong and Lakes
Goyder Institute for Water Research scientists are excited to be working together with citizen scientists as part of Phase 1 of the Healthy Coorong Healthy Basin Program (HCHB). November 2020 marks the 35th anniversary of the Coorong and Lakes
Water is scarce in outback areas and yet essential to help communities survive as well as increase opportunities for investment in remote regions. With water scarcity expected to become more apparent in the future, new, sustainable
Water is scarce in outback areas and yet essential to help communities survive as well as increase opportunities for investment in remote regions. With water scarcity expected to become more apparent in the future, new, sustainable
We are saddened by the news that Professor Peter Teasdale, UniSA, died suddenly on 7 August 2020. We send our love and sympathies to his wife Bern, daughters Nat and Katelyn, and all of his colleagues
We are saddened by the news that Professor Peter Teasdale, UniSA, died suddenly on 7 August 2020. We send our love and sympathies to his wife Bern, daughters Nat and Katelyn, and all of his colleagues
The Goyder Institute for Water Research is pleased to announce that it is partnering with the Australian and South Australian governments for Phase 1 of the Healthy Coorong Healthy Basin Program (HCHB). This follows the establishment of the Institute’s
The Goyder Institute for Water Research is pleased to announce that it is partnering with the Australian and South Australian governments for Phase 1 of the Healthy Coorong Healthy Basin Program (HCHB). This follows the establishment of the Institute’s
This week the Goyder Institute for Water Research partners established the third term of the Institute for 2020–2023. The Institute partners, the South Australian Government through the Department for Environment and Water; CSIRO; Flinders University; The
This week the Goyder Institute for Water Research partners established the third term of the Institute for 2020–2023. The Institute partners, the South Australian Government through the Department for Environment and Water; CSIRO; Flinders University; The
Consultation has been continuing throughout the Murray Darling Basin and beyond to refine the ONE Basin CRC bid due to be submitted in July 2020. The latest information on the bid can be found on the
Consultation has been continuing throughout the Murray Darling Basin and beyond to refine the ONE Basin CRC bid due to be submitted in July 2020. The latest information on the bid can be found on the