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WRC Research Associate Dr Soo Huey Teh won a best presentation award at this year’s Cooperative Research Centre for Low Carbon Living (CRCLCL) Annual Participants Forum: From Research to Reality...
Clare Stephens
NSW WRC PhD candidate Presentation award at the Engineers Australia Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium (HWRS) held this week in Melbourne. Clare presented the results from her recent paper which...

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The NHASP  Partnership is a multi-party initiative which seeks to better manage algal blooms in the Melbourne region.

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6th Australian and New Zealand Cyanobacteria Workshop at the UNSW Kensington.

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Our acting director Associate Professor Denis O'Carroll

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Meet our young researchers who are making their mark in water research.

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intensifying, countryside drying up. Prof Ashish Sharma and Dr Conrad Wasko.

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 to bring extreme waves, damage to once placid areas. Prof Ian Turner and Dr Mitchell Harley.

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