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CSIRO (Land and Water)

 

Description

CSIRO (Land and Water) and its partners seek to develop innovative solutions to Australia's land and water management challenges and to deliver options to policy makers and land managers that are economically viable, socially acceptable and environmentally sustainable. It has over 500 staff at major laboratories across Australia (Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Melbourne, Brisbane, Townsville, Griffith and Wodonga).

The primary tasks of CSIRO (Land and Water) are to estimate the efficiency of water, nutrient and energy use in all systems of land utilisation and to understand the fate and impact of contaminants in aquatic and terrestrial environments. CSIRO (Land and Water) scientists are currently working on the challenges that are facing Australia and the world, including:

Abstract adapted from CSIRO (Land and Water)

Contacts

CSIRO (Land and Water)
Anne McKenzie
Communication Advisor
Environment Group
Ph: (08) 9333 6221
Email: anne.mckenzie@csiro.au

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Last updated: 2 September 2013
 
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