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WRC researchers Prof Stuart Khan and Dr Mitchell Harley were interviewed by Fran Molloy on ‘ What can scientists tell us about how climate change will affect coastlines and cities’...
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Dr. Sullivan has been interview for an ABC article about her flood research
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Incremental change is not enough if we want to limit temperature rises to 1.5°C, says the IPCC’s Working Group III, which includes UNSW sustainability expert Tommy Wiedmann.

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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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Professor Lucy Marshall

Our Centre Director Professor Lucy Marshall

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Meet our academic 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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The Water Research Laboratory (WRL) - is a world-leading academic research and consulting laboratory that endeavours to tackle the most challenging and pressing water-engineering problems faced by the world today relating to water and the environment.

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The UNSW Global Water Institute (UNSW-GWI) is a world leader in water research, innovation and problem solving. The Institute is a truly multi-disciplinary venture. Drawing on water expertise from seven faculties and 13 specialist centres across the University, WRC included.