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.
Flinders University ground water researchers are using World Water Day 2015 to promote the importance of Australia’s vast groundwater reserves.
For the 1600 Indigenous residents who live in Milingimbi, a remote island off the coast of Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory, drinking water is a scarce and precious resource.