Unconventional gas production, such as coal seam gas and shale gas, raises concerns including possible groundwater contamination. However just because something is possible does not mean […]
Healthy aquifers and groundwater supplies – just as important as Murray River-supplemented reservoirs – are a strategic source of Adelaide’s and South Australia’s long-term sustainability, with […]
Leading Australian hydrogeologists say the proposed $500 million pipeline from the Murray River to Broken Hill will deliver much more expensive water than closer, plentiful high-quality […]
Freshwater resources beneath the ocean that may play a major role in the future water supply will be part of the focus of a Future Fellowship awarded to Professor Adrian Werner.
A group of South Australia’s leading groundwater scientists, including researchers from Flinders University, is embarking on a $3 million, two-year project to map the aquifers beneath Adelaide.
Scientists have discovered huge reserves of freshwater beneath the oceans kilometres out to sea, providing new opportunities to stave off a looming global water crisis.
A novel technique to prevent seawater intrusion into coastal freshwater stores has earned Chunhui Lu a Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Early Career Researchers.
Flinders University researchers have developed a method for predicting how much seawater will intrude into underground water storage systems.
In South Australia’s arid landscape, rivers, creeks and streams are vital sources of groundwater.