The Water Research Centre brings together scientists, engineers and economists to address water management issues of national and international significance.
Environmental Water Efficiency: How do we best allocate water to catchments to optimise environmental, ecological and social outcomes?
Water Quality in Catchments: Understand the processes in catchments that influence water quality.
Hydrology and Climate Impacts: Improve rainfall-runoff-recharge-water quality relationships and better understanding the interactions between climate variability and change, landscape characteristics and streamflow.
Water Assets: Research on how to more efficiently plan and manage water distribution assets.
The Centre has many Australian and international collaborations, with researchers, industry and management agencies.
Students with an interest in postgraduate study are invited to review potential research topics.
The Water Research Centre in conjunction with the Australian Water Association SA Branch presents Water Wednesday on 20 March 2013. This forum will include presentations from three experts on optimising the ecological responses from water delivery in the South Australian Murray-Darling Basin. Register Here
Four in 40 is a collaboration between the Water Research Centre, the Department for Water and Natural Resources and SA Water, where 4 speakers each spoke for 10 minutes on their research and its implications. Find out more