New modelling tracks arsenic in groundwater

Naturally occurring (geogenic) groundwater arsenic (As) contamination is a problem of global significance. It occurs in large parts of the alluvial and deltaic aquifers in South […]

Groundwater plan ‘flawed,’ experts warn

Groundwater experts from around Australia have repeated calls for further investigations into the potential effects on major wetlands in central Queensland as the Carmichael venture prepares […]

When it comes to data modelling on underground water resources, few guidelines exist for developing multiple conceptual models and these are rarely followed. Photo: iStock.

Water resources at risk

Precious underground water resources are at risk due to inconsistent assessment, prompting a call for systematic guidelines on how we analyse and model groundwater reserves. A […]

Support for ovarian reserve screening

Despite increased education, Australians continue to have a poor understanding of the age-related decline in natural and IVF-assisted conception, potentially explaining why many delay starting a […]