Visiting Flinders yesterday, Australia’s Chief Scientist, Professor Ian Chubb, said that Australia needs to make a strong commitment to research investment if it “wants to stay in the game”.
Flinders University researchers have developed a method for predicting how much seawater will intrude into underground water storage systems.
Dealing with groundwater at mine sites is the focus of a new course being run by the National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training.
In South Australia’s arid landscape, rivers, creeks and streams are vital sources of groundwater.
Visiting water scientists from Laos have added to their expertise by undertaking an Australian Groundwater School short course.
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.
Indigenous students have the opportunity to have their entire Flinders University tuition fees paid for through a new scholarship scheme in groundwater science.