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Water for life

Monday 8 May 2006
The search for sustainable water management at a local and international level will be the focus of a week long water festival being organised by Charles Sturt University and Wagga Wagga City Council.

CSU joins the world’s best in rice research

Monday 16 May 2005
Rice, the staple food of almost half the world each day, is the world’s most important agricultural crop grown on six of the seven continents.

International specialist in hydrology joins CSU research team

Saturday 7 Aug 2004
An Australian scientist working on integrated solutions for irrigated catchments at a local and international level has been chosen to fill a new professorial chair to work on critical research into land and water management in the Murray Darling Basin.

International “Power of Water” with CSU

Friday 5 Dec 2003
A delegation from the international Royal Agricultural Society of the Commonwealth to inspect facilities at Charles Sturt University for the international Power of Water conference.

Worldwide recognition for researcher’s foresight

Wednesday 27 Aug 2003
International honours have been bestowed on Charles Sturt University Professor of Irrigation Graeme Batten for his leading research into the rapid, reliable and low cost analysis technique which has revolutionised crop management.

Irrigation expert available for media comment

Tuesday 15 Jul 2003
A leading irrigation expert is calling for the consumer to be involved in the on-going water allocation debate in Australia.

The power of near infra-red rays

Sunday 6 Apr 2003
The rapid and low cost analysis of air, water, vegetation, and pork and even Viagra tablets using near infra-red rays were just a few of the topics discussed at a recent meeting in Spain of international scientists.

New professors to pursue water agenda

Thursday 13 Mar 2003
Three new professorial chairs will be established at Charles Sturt University later this year in a move to strengthen links with CSIRO in water research in the Murray-Darling Basin.

A cooperative approach to water reforms

Monday 17 Feb 2003
New research into the impact of water reforms on New South Wales irrigators and how they can benefit from an increased emphasis on cooperatives will be revealed at a seminar at Charles Sturt University.

CSU commentator on water flows in the Murray Darling Basin

Wednesday 1 Jan 2003
In light of the national emergency summit on the current poor state of water storage in the Murray Darling Basin to be held today, Tuesday 7 November in Canberra, Charles Sturt University has researchers who can comment on the problems facing irrigators and communities in the region.

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