Meet groundwater-exploring vacation student Katelyn Dooley
Get the inside experience of vacation student Katelyn Dooley, who studied groundwater during her three-month placement here at CSIRO.
Sea-lebrities and keeping an eye on water quality
We have transformed images from the EyeonWater Australia app used to help monitor water quality into images of your favourite sea-lebrities!
Meet our researcher: Dr David McJannet
Australia is the world’s driest inhabited continent. It’s also one of the sunniest places on the planet. That means someone like hydrologist Dr David McJannet gets to do some incredibly interesting work.
Calling Australian irrigators: water use study
A new study needs Australian irrigators to better understand their strategies and help provide improved recommendations for droughts.
Something in the water: tracking COVID-19 with every flush
Our scientists are working on a silent but effective stalking operation tracking COVID-19. It involves wading through our waste water.
New (s)tool in the COVID-19 pipes
Researchers have achieved the first step in developing an early warning surveillance system to track COVID-19 in the community tracing the virus in sewage.
Water you waiting for? Celebrating World Water Day
World Water Day is on Sunday, 22 March. We're celebrating the importance of water in science and sharing a splash of our research.
Planting early helps farmer weather the drought
Queensland farmer Daniel Wegener is using a technique we developed called early sowing to make the best of the current drought.
By Gully! Mars is not dead
Researchers find movement on Mars! It’s in the gullies. And it can tell us more about gully erosion here on Earth.
Our future in drought
Recently Australia has seen devasting scenes of blistering heat, historic low rainfall and drought across central and eastern Australia. While our history is punctured by droughts battering Australia, what can they tell us about the future?
Australia’s pristine beaches have a poo problem
Sydney's affluent eastern suburbs have raw and untreated sewage from 3,500 people discharged directly into the Tasman Sea.