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C00002551

Dr IH Harding Dr RF Cross Mr EI Kosior

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: Swinburne University of Technology

Title: Contamination Levels in Recycled PET Plastic

Summary:

This project will illustrate whether or not recycled PET plastic poses a health risk, due to chemical contamination, when used as a food grade packaging material. Analytical techniques for the measurement of trace levels of contamination will be developed and used to provide a data bank of chemical contamination present in kerbside PET, virgin PET and/or recycled (i.e. washed) PET. The adsorption, or uptake, of contaminants onto PET plastic will be measured and compared with other, similar, plastics. This will show whether chemical contamination typically arises from surface adsorption or from inclusion into the plastic due to solvent swelling.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00002044

Dr GG Qiao Prof DH Solomon

2000: $103,000.00

2001: $88,000.00

2002: $84,000.00

Administering Institution: The University of Melbourne

Title: Investigation and application of novel micro particles as additives for the paint industry

Summary:

The project represents an excellent opportunity to develop jointly with our industrial partner, DuPont Australia, a new generation of coating system (paints) which are both environmentally friendly and have greatly improved properties. The science involved is at the cutting edge of world leading technology and the products can be made at a commercially acceptable price in local manufacture facilities. The above aims, we believe, are achievable by the use of our newly developed novel polymer architecture, called a microgel, which combines high molecular weight with low viscosity properties and uses a process for which a provisional patent protection has been sought

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00002247

Prof DH Solomon Dr MJ Caulfield Dr AJ Hartshorn Dr RW Shaw

2000: $40,000.00

2001: $40,000.00

2002: $40,000.00

Administering Institution: The University of Melbourne

Title: Selective Complexation and Removal of Aluminium and Silicon ions from Basic Liquors by Novel Ligand Systems

Summary:

The selective separation of aluminium and silicon from basic liquors is a difficult problem confronting the minerals industry. This project aims to develop technology for the selective removal of these cations from caustic solutions, for example during the Bayer and potential new beach sand processes. This technology builds on recent work at the University where complexing agents with potential for use in solvent extraction have been discovered. The successful completion of this project will improve the competitive position of Australia's mining industry in the global market place. This may also enable marginal resources to become commercial through improved processing.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C10027102

A/Prof B Noller Mr NW Woods A/Prof JM Hughes Dr P Hughes Dr R Sadler Dr GR Shaw Prof DW Connell Prof MR Moore Dr H Chapman

2000: $26,000.00

2001: $26,000.00

2002: $26,000.00

Administering Institution: The University of Queensland

Title: Ecological risk assessment of nonpersistant pesticides used for cotton production in Australia

Summary:

Currently available scientific literature exists for the impacts of pesticides used for cotton in Australia, but does not adequately address the impacts of pulse exposures of non-persistent pesticides on aquatic ecosystems. Research is required to develop an ecological risk assessment methodology to more accurately assess the ecological impacts of aerially applied agricultural chemicals. The work will extend the present knowledge and provide a tool for assessing impact where it occurs. This will provide a management tool with which to contribute towards maintaining the viability of the Australian cotton industry as well as protecting the Australian Aquatic environment.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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2601 GEOLOGY

C00002147

Dr WR Ramsay Prof NW Archbold Dr M Donaldson Mr Ew Tyler

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: Deakin University

Title: The stratigraphy and tectonic significance of the Carpentaria Basin in the Merlin diamond field, NT and relationship to diamond mineralisation.

Summary:

Australia's newest diamond field, Merlin, is currently undergoing a two and a half year feasibility study. To enhance this field's life well into the next century, additional kimberlite pipes need to be discovered. This proposal, based in the Boomerang Creek area, Carpentaria Basin, NT, presents a unique opportunity for joint collaboration with Ashton Mining in relating the mine geology to the regional sedimentary and tectonic framework. Key parameters based on an age mineralising model developed by Archbold (1997), will include stratigraphy, correlation between crater infill sediments and distal platform sediments, intrabasinal tectonics, and their relationship with diamond mineralisation.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00002072

Dr MC Mabin Dr BT Kettle

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: James Cook University

Title: River mouth and estuary dynamics and sand transfer in tropical low energy coastal systems

Summary:

This project aims to determine patterns of sand movement over the last 50 years through river mouths and estuaries of the dry tropics of Queensland, and thus to develop a predictive model of sand transport patterns. Industrial extraction of sand resources, damming of rivers for water supply, and interference in river mouth environments for port structures, boat-ramps and marinas have reduced the supply of sand to the region's beaches. These issues are focussed in river mouths where sand is redistributed to adjacent beaches. Understanding these sand movement processes will improve management of sediment issues across a wide range of activities.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00002200

Prof RA Henderson Mr PW Llewellyn

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: James Cook University

Title: Mineralogy and sedimentary geology of the Monastery Creek Phosphorite Member, Duchess District, western Queensland

Summary:

This project seeks to develop stratigraphic, mineralogical and geochemical data-sets to enhance the management and processing of ore derived from the Monastery Creek Phosphorite Member to be used in on-site ammonium phosphate production. It will aid the foundation stages of a new Australian industry being commissioned by WMC Limited at a cost of $700 million. The project also seeks to illuminate the mechanisms of phosphogenesis which applied in the origin of shallow marine, epeiric phosphorites by evaluating these data-sets in terms of phosphogenetic pathways recently identified for contemporary sedimentary environments.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00002502

Prof NH Oliver Dr RK Valenta Mr RC Downs Dr PJ Williams Dr MJ Rubenach Dr PJ Pollard Dr NJ McNaughton Dr A Nemchin Dr T Baker

2000: $81,080.00

2001: $81,080.00

2002: $81,080.00

Administering Institution: James Cook University

Title: Integrated hydrothermal systems approach to exploration for copper-gold deposits in poorly exposed parts of the eastern Mt Isa Block

Summary:

Discoveries of ironstone-copper-gold ore deposits in the Mt Isa Block in the last two decades were based on interpretation of remotely sensed data. Now that the easy targets have been discovered, this research will use an integrated geological-geochemical-geophysical-numerical approach to produce conceptual models for an area containing substantial mineralization, by developing a better understanding of drivers, pathways and chemical budgets of regional scale hydrothermal circulation which occurred during mineralization. The total system approach will lead to improved understanding of mechanisms of district-scale alteration, and new ways for prioritizing exploration targets by Australia's minerals industry.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00002062

Dr L Ailléres Prof GS Lister Dr NJ Archibald Dr RA Mason Dr WL Power Dr EJ Hill Mr PB Ketelaar Mr DJ Holden Dr MW Jessell Dr LN Moresi

2000: $75,457.00

2001: $77,272.00

2002: $79,083.00

Administering Institution: Monash University

Title: Geometry and Geodynamic Evolution of the Australian Plate Northern Margin

Summary:

We propose to develop a 4-dimensional (3D through time) model of the geodynamic evolution of the northern boundary of the Australian Plate. The model will form part of a geodynamic synthesis of the northern part of the Australian plate, along with a series of 3D numerical and analogue experiments to provide constraints on the evolution of subduction zones. The outcomes of the projects will be a series of 3D geological and geophysical models evolving through time. The project will provide a significant advance in the understanding of the environments of formation of both petroleum and minerals resources along the northern margin of the Australian plate.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):1

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00002279

Dr M Krabbendam Mr MC Raetz Mr J Read Mr D Windrum Prof G Lister Dr T Barr Dr MA Elburg

2000: $70,457.00

2001: $72,272.00

2002: $74,083.00

Administering Institution: Monash University

Title: A global approach to processes of orogenic cycles and metallogenesis, focussing on the proterozoic and Broken Hill type terranes

Summary:

In collaboration with BHP minerals, this project will study orogenic cycles and their relation to mineral deposits with the aim to recognise metallogenic fertile terranes around the world. The project involves four subprojects: conceptual modelling of theoretical scenarios of orogenic cycles, from rift to drift to subduction to collision; applying GIS technology to determine tectonic, metallogenic, geochemical and geochronological characteristics of Proterozoic orogens; using GIS to indicate Broken Hill-type fertility and a global hunt for BHt terranes; thermal modelling of orogenic cycles to test and constrain the hypothesis of thermal spikes and their tectonic settings.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):1

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00002446

A/Prof ME Barley Dr MG Doyle Dr B Krapez

2000: $54,377.00

2001: $56,192.00

2002:

Administering Institution: The University of Western Australia

Title: Volcanic and hydrothermal influences on the genesis of banded iron formations, Hamersley Group, Western Australia

Summary:

This project aims to undertake volcanological, petrographic and geochemical studies of the Woongarra Large Igneous Province in the Paleoproterozoic Hamersley Group of Western Australia. These studies will determine its mode of emplacement, hydrothermal alteration history and relationship to deposition of banded iron formation (BIF). Outcomes of direct relevance to iron-ore exploration will be an explanation of the role of magmatism and related hydrothermal activity in the deposition and early iron enrichment of BIF. This will enable development of superior exploration models that are required for the discovery of BIF-hosted iron ore deposits within Australia and overseas.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):1

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI):

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C00002265

Dr JB Gemmell Dr J McPhie Mr W Herrmann Dr SF Simmons Ms R Sharpe Dr R Scott

2000: $95,457.00

2001: $97,272.00

2002: $99,083.00

Administering Institution: University of Tasmania

Title: Epithermal Gold-silver Deposits: Geological, Geochemical and Isotopic Vectors to Target Major Deposits

Summary:

Low sulphidation epithermal deposits provide a significant contribution towards gold and silver production in Australia, New Zealand and the SW Pacific. This project will characterise the distribution, mineralogy, geochemistry and isotope characteristics of hydrothermal alteration, volcanic host facies, structure at several major epithermal Au-Ag deposits. The ultimate aim of this innovative and integrated project is to develop a better understanding of volcanic facies, structure and hydrothermal alteration surrounding epithermal deposits to assist in the exploration for, and cost effective drill targeting of, new deposits in Australia and the SW Pacific.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):1

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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2602 GEOPHYSICS

C00002357

Prof JP Cull Mr T Ritchie Mr H Rutter Mr MJ Vicary

2000: $50,000.00

2001: $50,000.00

2002:

Administering Institution: Monash University

Title: Surface EM methods for conductivity mapping of alteration zones in mineral exploration

Summary:

This project will improve the ability of mineral exploration companies to geophysically map alteration zones associated with gold and base-metal mineralisation, as a significant improvement in exploration methodology.The provision of new proprietary data acquisition instrumentation by one Industry Partner will allow new experimental design and acquisition of tensor data. The provision of existing data sets and participation as PI and AIs by Collaborators will ensure that studies cover different environments and have quality geological ideas incorporated into the interpretations. The project will deliver new imaging and terpretation capabilities in the CSAMT method, extending present methods by allowing use of tensor data and the near-zone in resistivity calculations and 2.5D/3D inversions. Superior cross-sections of electrical resistivity properties will enhance mapping of alteration zones associated with metallic mineral deposits.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI):

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C00002362

Prof GS Lister Prof CM Powell Dr SA Pisarevsky Dr MW Jessell Dr DJ FitzGerald Dr JS Heywood Dr L Moresi

2000: $73,080.00

2001: $75,080.00

2002: $77,080.00

Administering Institution: Monash University

Title: Geodynamically contrained self-consistent global reconstruction: the PlatyPlus project

Summary:

The ability to predict sea level variation is very significant to the petroleum exploration industry. But this is a difficult objective, and prior to ~200 Ma little information is available. This project will pioneer the development of geodynamically-constrained self-consistent global reconstruction technology to predict global sea-level variation for the past 500 MYr. The PlatyPlus software developed by the Australian geodynamics CRC (inherited by this project) will provide a suitable launch platform for this initiative.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C10027024

Prof PR Mora Dr D Place Dr SC Jaume

2000: $70,000.00

2001: $70,000.00

2002: $75,000.00

Administering Institution: The University of Queensland

Title: Numerical Simulation of Seismic Activity

Summary:

AIMS: To develop a numerical simulation model for earthquake activity in Australia and commence studies of space-time seismicity patterns.SIGNIFICANCE: The long-term earthquake risk is substantial in Australia and potentially outweighs that of any other natural hazard. Numerical simulation is internationally recognised as paradigm shift that offers an outstanding opportunity for advancement required to better quantify the hazard. The approach is made possible by advancements in understanding earthquake physics, computer technology, numerical simulation methodology and a major international cooperation in APEC.EXPECTED OUTCOMES: A numerical model for seismic activity in Australia and an improved understanding of space-time seismicity patters.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI):

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2603 GEOCHEMISTRY

C00002437

Dr IH Campbell Dr JM Palin Dr RA Keele Dr P Williams

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: The Australian National University

Title: Mapping ore-fluid pathways around mesothermal gold deposits in the Laberton region, WA using alkali elements and stable isotopes

Summary:

The proposed PhD project will use innovating methods for chemical analysis of rocks to map alkali element mobility in the vicinity of three major mesothermal gold deposits in the south Laverton region of Western Australia to improve exploration strategy. The results should distinguish areas of fluid up-flow, which are prospective for gold, and areas of fluid down-flow that are not. Oxygen and sulfur isotopes will be used to test a new hypothesis that gold deposition in the areas of up-flow was caused by mixing between high temperature ore-fluids of deep crustal origin and cooler near-surface water.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00002613

A/Prof PK Seccombe Dr AS Andrew Dr GR Carr Dr TP Mernagh

2000: $37,080.00

2001: $37,080.00

2002:

Administering Institution: The University of Newcastle

Title: Genetic models and exploration criteria for Lachlan Fold Belt copper-gold-iron skarn deposits.

Summary:

The project aims to resolve key factors in the formation of important examples of copper-gold-iron replacement deposits (skarns) in the Lachlan Fold Belt of NSW. Critical issues include the nature and depth of emplacement of the igneous intrusions that drive mineralisation, the composition and the source of ore-forming fluids, the processes responsible for the deposition of skarn mineral assemblages and their associated economic metals, and the link to other styles of copper-gold ores in highly mineralised districts. The work will result in a comprehensive genetic model for skarn ore formation and will be of immediate benefit to Cadia Holdings as partners in this research, in focussing their search for new copper-gold ore deposits.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00002542

Dr RR Large Dr GJ Davidson Mr W Herrmann Dr GR Green

2000: $30,000.00

2001: $30,000.00

2002:

Administering Institution: University of Tasmania

Title: Isotopic Response of Fluid Flow in Submarine Volcanic Hosted Hydrothermal Systems and Implications for Prospectivity: Mt Read Volcanics Case Study

Summary:

Submarine volcanic piles have intricate internal geometries, permeabilities, and thermal histories, that result in complex fluid paths prior to deformation. Isotopes, intergraded with mineralogy, geochemistry and volcanic facies analysis, are powerful tools to trace these paths. They assist understanding of magmatic rift evolution, and provide new methods to assess the mineral prospectivity of alteration systems. Mineral Resources Tasmania, and Goldfields Exploration P/L will fund research into the O, C, S, Sr and Pb isotopic character of eight hydrothermal systems of variable economic significance in the Mt Read Volcanic Belt and development of more generally applicable models of isotopic response.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI):

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2604 OCEANOGRAPHY

C00002491

Prof ML Heron

2000: $61,080.00

2001: $61,080.00

2002: $61,080.00

Administering Institution: James Cook University

Title: Extensions to the COSRAD HF Ocean Surface Radar

Summary:

The James Cook University environmental physics group has successfully developed the COSRAD radar for measuring surface currents and significant wave heights in coastal oceans. This proposal is to extend that technology by investigating algorithms to allow routine measurement of properties of ocean swell, sediment transport and wind directions. The successful development of the system in this way will make it more attractive for the proposed commercialisation by Telstra Applied Technologies because it will be able to compete favourably with foreign alternatives.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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2605 HYDROLOGY

C10024002

Dr A Goonetilleke Dr F Bullen Mr L Fullerton

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002:

Administering Institution: Queensland University of Technology

Title: Development of a stormwater management strategy for Fraser Island based on sand and spatial characteristics to optimise sand road serviceability

Summary:

Project will optimise management of the unique environment of Fraser Island. Majority of the Island's 1000 Km long road network consists of sand roads. These undergo rapid deterioration by stormwater runoff, causing excessive resource commitments. Stormwater drainage is strongly influenced by sand spatial characteristics. The research will create fundamental knowledge for formulating a model based on influential parameters characterising runoff processes on road surfaces. These will form the basis for the envisaged stormwater management strategy. Future road maintenance strategies will encompass these research outcomes as core requirements resulting in enhanced user access, regional economic benefits and fulfilling international obligations.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C10024101

A/Prof VV Anh Dr IW Turner Dr K Bajracharya Mr NJ Arunakumaren

2000: $75,000.00

2001: $75,000.00

2002: $75,000.00

Administering Institution: Queensland University of Technology

Title: Monitoring and modelling of saltwater intrusion into heterogeneous aquifer systems

Summary:

Excessive demand for irrigation for sugar production in coastal areas has resulted in saltwater intrusion into the aquifers with a consequential loss of agricultural land. This project aims to develop a mathematical system for the simulation and prediction of saltwater intrusion into complex heterogenous aquifers based on monitoring data, hydrogeological information and recent advances in stochastic analysis and numerical modelling. The results will be used in the design of an optimal monitoring network for measurement of saltwater movement and in the development of management plans by Queensland of Natural Resources to maintain the quality of production from the aquifers.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI):

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C00001828

Dr I Cordery Mr PS Cloke Dr A Sharma

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: The University of New South Wales

Title: Forecasting streamflow several months ahead for optimal reservoir operation

Summary:

Australia is a water-scarce continent. Efficient operation of water supply systems is difficult, particularly as adrought can occur at any time. At present the key strategy for managing drought for small water supply reservoirs is to keep the reservoir as full as possible at all times. This strategy avoids having an empty reservoir during the drought but overall it is inefficient, particularly for water use. The aim here is to develop a scheme to forecast reservoir inflows several months ahead and then to use those forecasts to develop more efficient strategies for reservoir operation.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C10027204

Dr DJ Williams Dr GM Bentel Dr DA Lockington Mr GM Meyer

2000: $71,080.00

2001: $71,080.00

2002: $71,080.00

Administering Institution: The University of Queensland

Title: Predicting long-term runoff and seepage from tailings storage facilities to facilitate cost-effective and timely closure and lease surrender

Summary:

Disused Tailings Storage Facilities (TSFs) contain tailings with a significant volume of entrained water. The majority of TSFs are above-ground structures, resulting in a hydraulic gradient that will drive potentially contaminated runoff and seepage from the TSF to the surrounding environment for perhaps 100 to 200 years after closure. WMC Resources Ltd (WMC) sees seepage from TSFs as one of the major impediments to their closure and surrender from the mining lease. The aim of the project is to facilitate the cost-effective and timely closure and lease surrender of disused TSFs, through an improved understanding and predictive capability of the long-term runoff and seepage processes involved.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00001961

A/Prof BJ Perera Mr WR Hansen Dr J Kodikara

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: Victoria University of Technology

Title: Estimation of Transmission Losses in Natural Rivers and Streams

Summary:

Estimation of river transmission losses is an essential input to the Industry Partners' program of developing a framework of tradeable water entitlements for Victoria. This project aims to develop procedures and guidelines for estimating these transmission losses. The results will support development of enduring arrangements for sharing the limited water resources of streams between consumptive users and the environment, and formulation of exchange rates to facilitate reallocation of water to higher value uses. In north-eastern Victoria alone, new intensive irrigation developments over the next decade are expected to generate increased agricultural production with a net economic benefit of $80 million annually.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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2606 ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES

C00001846

Prof LM Leslie Mr R Bunker Dr MS Speer

2000: $100,000.00

2001: $105,000.00

2002: $110,000.00

Administering Institution: The University of New South Wales

Title: Development of real-time and research models for predicting fire weather and prescribed burn days over south-eastern Australia

Summary:

This proposal aims at developing a numerical model for the NSW Rural Fire Services (RFS). The significance is the annual vulnerability of southeastern Australia to bushfires. Loss of life and property occur routinely. Moreover, prescribed RFS fires can inadvertently cause pollution or become uncontrolled fires. The expected outcomes are a numerical model providing accurate, real-time predictions of fire weather and its evolution during such days. The RFS will access and disseminate these forecasts in real-time from headquarters to other fixed and mobile operational groups during a fire. The technology is applicable elsewhere within Australia and internationally.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI):

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C10027040

Dr CA McAlpine Mr J Syktus Dr S Phinn Mr SJ Crimp

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: The University of Queensland



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