Time to reset groundwater agenda

Land restoration, desertification and drought resilience is the theme of this year’s World Environment Day (5 June 2024) – with rising world populations and climate change […]

Saving our river land resources

Global geophysics experts are joining Flinders University in a major new groundwater project funded by the Australian Research Council. Water extraction, weir flow management and drought […]

Calls for better groundwater management

After Australia’s latest floodwaters subside, a study led by Flinders University has called for action on 18 challenges facing more sustainable use of vital groundwater, a […]

Better gauge of dry river flows

A new study identifies gaps in data on streams around the world, highlighting potential priorities for future installation of monitoring tools. The US-led international research – […]

Why groundwater is a most precious resource

Groundwater is one of the world’s most precious resources. From the Murray-Darling system to Great Artesian Basin, ‘invisible’ underground groundwater is often the only water supply […]

Freshwater reserves under the sea

Research at Flinders University is investigating and locating vital freshwater hidden beneath the sea. Flinders University Professor of Hydrogeology Adrian Werner is making important advances in […]

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 […]