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2 November 2021
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21 September 2021
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27 July 2020

SmartBuoy — Griffith researchers at the forefront of intelligent water quality monitoring

Griffith University researchers awarded a $390,000 grant to develop SmartBuoys, an intelligent remote water quality monitoring platform to track waterway health in realtime.

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29 March 2019

Research Impact: Tackling water quality threats to the Great Barrier Reef

Griffith researchers have demonstrated that bank and gully erosion contributes more than 90 per cent of sediment loads to the GBR in many catchments.

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2 May 2017

Griffith researchers help Sandy Creek farmers improve water quality

Griffith University researchers will work with cane growers on a $700,000 Queensland State Government project to improve water quality in the Sandy Creek catchment.

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1 July 2015

Crowdfunding water quality solutions

Article by Leighenne Pang, Griffith Asia Institute Intern. Griffith Asian Studies graduate Alexis Wagner inspires many locals in China and...

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30 November 2023

Putting the Master of Integrated Water Management into practice

“As a natural resource manager working in catchment management, the International Water Centre’s Master of Integrated Water Management supported my...

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29 November 2023

Living within safe & just Earth System Boundaries for blue water

Can basic human water needs be met without exceeding safe and just Earth System Boundaries (ESB) for surface and groundwater (blue water), defined to protect people and planet?

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13 November 2023

Traditional owners take the lead safeguarding fresh & marine waterways

A collaboration between Griffith University and the Carpentaria Land Council Aboriginal Corporation is training groups of Traditional owners to take the lead monitoring and safeguarding fresh & marine waterways in the Gulf of Carpentaria

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21 July 2023
Women's football

Will gender equality be the legacy of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup?

The 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand has generated excitement but also highlighted the slow progress towards gender equality in sports. The Matildas, Australia's national women's soccer team, are using this event to advocate for improved governance, pay equity, and representation for women in sports.

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