ARC project to identify groundwater availability and risks associated with groundwater extraction.
Floating macroalgal acts as a raft that provides habitat for a diverse array of juvenile oceanic fish
Griffith University researchers are taking a novel approach to understanding and protecting water sources in central Queensland’s Great Artesian Basin
Climate and land use changes are causing significant alterations in global terrestrial water storage, impacting extreme weather events like floods and droughts, a Griffith-led study has found.
“As a natural resource manager working in catchment management, the International Water Centre’s Master of Integrated Water Management supported my professional mission to improve land and water management for thriving communities,” – Louise Duff, graduate of the Master of Integrated Water Management. “On my first day of the Master of Integrated Water Management, surrounded […]
Developing a framework for global ‘theories of change’ that coordinate local and global actions to secure a future where humans live in harmony with nature
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?