The Final Report for Prue Addison’s Project 3.8 is now online to view. Head over here to take a look. If you want to get more info about Project 3.8 then click here.
The Final Report for Hugh Sweatman’s Project 3.7 is now online to view. Head over here to take a look. If you want to get more info about Project 3.7 then click here.
Scientists say the federal and Queensland governments will not meet their international commitments aimed at rescuing the Great Barrier Reef unless they urgently tackle soil run-off. Dr Andrew Brooks from the Australian Rivers Institute said six years of field research … Read More
Our team from Griffith University’s Australian Rivers Institute has identified thousands of hectares of rapidly eroding gullies in the rivers that feed fine sediment into the waters of the ailing Great Barrier Reef. Read More
Read the full media release by The Hon. Greg Hunt MP and The Hon. Warren Entsch MP about the launch of the Australian Government funded NESP TWQ Hub here
A NEW brains trust has been recruited to reverse poor water quality on the Great Barrier Reef, and to help protect the natural asset’s $5.2 billion tourism industry. Environment Minister Greg Hunt, who is expected to be in Cairns today, … Read More
Today the NESP TWQ Hub was officially launched by the Hon. Greg Hunt, Minister of the Environment at the Deeral Boat Landing. Amongst those also in attendance were the Hon. Warren Entsch, Member for Leichhardt; Damian Burrows (Hub Leader); Leith Bully (Steering Committee … Read More
Applications for NESP Tropical Water Quality Hub multi-year research proposals are open from 14 September 2015. The following documents should be referred to in completing a funding application proposal: Tropical Water Quality Hub Research Priorities for Second Round Funding Tropical … Read More