Managing Water Ecosystems Case studies
Predicting the outcomes of hydrological change in aquatic habitats of northern Australia
The Challenge River flows are important for driving the condition and persistence of biota, to support habitats, and to facilitate […]
Investing in ecosystem functions knowledge to improve adaptive management of water for the environment in the Murray-Darling Basin
The Challenge The focus of water resource management in the Murray-Darling Basin over recent decades has been to achieve a […]
Water and Society
The land and water resources of the Murray-Darling Basin have been significantly modified for more than 100 years, and following years of declining environmental condition, more recent water reform processes have sought to re-balance water use across users within the Basin.
Biofilm succession patterns and ecosystem dynamics in the Edward Wakool River system
Water level variations from managed flow releases are known to influence both rates of biofilm productivity and structural attributes of biofilms that inhabit hard surfaces within rivers.
Tracking turtles in an urban environment
The Challenge A local population of native turtles may be negatively impacted by habitat changes (see Figure 1) associated with […]
Development of a food web approach to determine suitability of release habitat for endangered Siamese Crocodiles
The Challenge The Siamese Crocodile (Crocodylus siamensis) is a critically endangered medium‐size crocodile native to Southeast Asia. Now extinct from […]
Long-Term Intervention Monitoring (LTIM) Project
CSIRO scientists are leading a team of collaborators across multiple research institutions to resolve challenges in the adaptive management of environmental flows in the Murray-Darling Basin.
Characterising ecohydrological benefits in the Murray-Darling Basin
Research is being undertaken to understand the benefits of environmental water to people and communities in the Murray-Darling Basin.
Harmful algal blooms and remote sensing
Algal blooms in the Murray-Darling Basin are harmful to the environment and communities within the Basin. Research to develop an early warning system is currently underway.