Directory : Water Directory 2013
PAGE 40 Water Directory 2013 RESEARCH AGENCIES, INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS AND ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANISATIONS Water-Related Research Agencies Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE) www.atse.org.au ATSE is an independent, non-government organisation that promotes the development and adoption of existing and new technologies to improve and sustain our society and economy. ATSE fosters excellence in technological sciences and engineering to enhance Australia's competitiveness, economic and social well-being and environmental sustainability. Australian Rivers Institute www.griffith.edu.au/environment- planningarchitecture/australian-rivers-institute The Australian Rivers Institute at Griffith University is actively leading research in sustainable water resource management with Australia's largest group of university-based scientists specialising in river, catchment and coastal research and education. Co-operative Research Centre for Contamination Assessment and Remediation of the Environment (CRC CARE) www.crccare.com CRC CARE is a powerful partnership of scientific, industry and government organisations set up to devise new ways of dealing with and preventing contamination of soil, water and air. The partnership focuses Australia's foremost expertise and large resources on this issue and is linked with research partners at the cutting edge in this field around the world. CSIRO Land and Water www.csiro.au/org/clw CSIRO Land and Water undertakes research focusing on the measurement and prediction of the availability and condition of Australia's land and water resources. The primary tasks 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 Water for a Healthy Country www.csiro.au/org/HealthyCountry.html CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country is the largest research partnership focusing on water in Australia. The flagship aims to provide Australia with solutions for water resource management, creating economic gains of A$3 billion per annum by 2030, while protecting or restoring our major water ecosystems. eWater www.ewater.com.au eWater offers a range of next generation products, support and training designed to meet the needs of Australian governments, agencies, authorities and the broader water industry for the foreseeable future. eWater's mission is to be a national and international leader in the development and application of uniquely Australian products for truly integrated water cycle management. It seeks to advance the leading edge of water management tools and applications in Australia in support of the National Hydrologic Modelling Strategy. Goyder Institute goyderinstitute.org The Goyder Institute for Water Research was established in 2010 to support the security and management of South Australia's water supply and contribute to water reform in Australia. The Institute brings together South Australia's leading water research capabilities, in collaboration with CSIRO, into a single, comprehensive research program aimed at providing expert, independent scientific advice that informs good policy decision-making, identifies future threats to water security and assists in an integrated approach to water management.
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