Experts in groundwater ecosystems are examining the mysteries of aquifer that maintain water flow through the environmentally important Doongmabulla Springs Complex (DSC) in Queensland’s Galilee Basin. […]
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 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 […]
Understanding how much water is recharged into aquifers and the connection between aquifers and rivers is crucial for water management in the Murray-Darling Basin – and […]
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.
Flinders University ground water researchers are using World Water Day 2015 to promote the importance of Australia’s vast groundwater reserves.
The global groundwater community – including experts from the National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training – will unite to discuss, debate and explore solutions to the groundwater challenges of the 21st century at the 2013 International Association of Hydrogeologists (IAH) Congress.
New Strategic Professor of Hydrogeology, Okke Batelaan will draw on the extensive knowledge of his colleagues in the School of the Environment to continue and initiate novel research.
The National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training at Flinders has established itself as a world leader in groundwater research, according to a panel of international experts in the field.