CSU commentator on water flows in the Murray Darling Basin

1 JANUARY 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.

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 (CSU) has researchers who can comment on the problems facing irrigators and communities in the region.
 
Among the leading commentators is Professor Shahbaz Khan, joint Professor of Hydrology and Water Management with CSU and CSIRO Land and Water. Professor Khan specialises in assessing the impact on water flow and availability, smart water use and learning from international experience.
 
See more on Professor Khan here. Interviews and pictures are available through CSU Media.

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