A new Griffith study has developed a metric to describe the relationship between flow and water quality to understand the response of waterways to flood events
Griffith researchers shed new light on how cyanobacteria blooms can continue long after their food source disappears.
For the first time plastics have been assessed in lakes across the world, with some found to be worse impacted than oceans
Project to support improvement of water governance and management in Lao People’s Democratic Republic.
Griffith University’s Australian Rivers Institute has been named the number one global water security think tank by the ‘2020 Global Go To Think Tank Index Report’.
Griffith University’s commitment to leading research has been recognised again with the Federal Government awarding more than $5.4 million in Australian research Council grants.
Faced with the threat of more frequent weather events, society must change its land use habits in order to protect our precious waterways from further damage. That is the view of new Professor David Hamilton who has joined Griffith University’s internationally renowned Australian Rivers Institute, bringing with him years of research and knowledge on lake […]