Thursday, 11 August 2016
The Australian Groundwater Insight has been updated with 2014–15 data and new features, making it easier to find for government, policy developers and the general public to access and understand groundwater information.
Read more about Greater insight into our groundwater resources.
Image: CSIRO photo library
We are seeking applications for a competitive fellowship grant to participate in the 2016 Australian Climate and Water Summer Institute. This prestigious event offers up to 14 of the best students in Australia and New Zealand a unique opportunity to work closely with peers and experts from academia and government agencies to enhance climate and water information and its practical applications.
Read more about Summer fellowship opportunity—graduate students.
It's now easier to see how water might flow through the landscape without needing specialised software. Visualising connections between water sources and other environmental features has been made simpler, with improved web services integrating National Environmental Information Infrastructure data services with the Australian Hydrological Geospatial Fabric (Geofabric).
Read more about Improved Geofabric web services and viewer.
Summary of Ord region's 2015 account
Managers of Australia's water resources can rely on hard facts thanks to the Bureau's latest National Water Account. Regional accounts are now available for ten key water-use regions around Australia, along with a national overview and summary video.
Read more about Accounting for valuable water resources.
Wednesday, 13 April 2016
The annual report comparing Australia's urban water utilities' pricing structures and service quality is now available.
Read more about reporting on urban water utilities' performance.