Physics and groundwater experts from Flinders University will play key roles in the new multinational Global Hydrogen Production Technologies (HyPT) Centre. The centre will focus on […]
Weather extremes have become more frequent and intensive since the 1950s, and international hydrology experts are using new technology to map land areas subject to hotter, […]
Australia, the driest inhabited continent, is prone to natural disasters and wild swings in weather conditions – from floods to droughts, heatwaves and bushfires. Now two […]
Over-allocation of surface water for growing food crops is shifting agriculture and other industry to use groundwater – which is much more difficult to measure and […]
The restoration of the Dry Creek salt fields north of Adelaide is part of a State Government push for carbon neutrality. Under the Goyder Institute for Water […]
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 […]
Creating sustainable wastewater recycling systems, conserving vital groundwater supplies and climate ‘action’ are among Flinders Uni expert talks at South Australia’s Water Forum 2017. The Goyder […]
The battle to recharge urban aquifers is the focus of a two-year international research collaboration between Flinders University and a leading German water ecology institute.
Flinders has received funding for six projects in the latest round of Australian Research Council Linkage funding, securing a total of $2.35 million in grants.