University of Canberra begins 'world-leading' water quality projects

    Description

    Two new projects will shed light on how to improve water quality in Lake Tuggeranong and the ACT's urban ponds and wetlands, with the research behind them described as "world-leading".

    Up to 5000 water samples from across Canberra will be analysed at the University of Canberra over the next 18 months as part of the projects, which are jointly funded by the Australian and ACT governments as part of the $93.5 million ACT Healthy Waterways Project.

    Subject

    Water Science; Environmental Management

    Period23 Mar 2018

    Media coverage

    7

    Media coverage

    • TitleUniversity of Canberra begins 'world-leading' water quality projects
      Media name/outletMelbourne Age
      CountryAustralia
      Date23/03/18
      PersonsFiona Dyer
    • TitleUniversity of Canberra begins 'world-leading' water quality projects
      Media name/outletWA Today
      CountryAustralia
      Date23/03/18
      PersonsFiona Dyer
    • TitleNew ACT water quality projects 'world-leading'
      Media name/outletWA Today
      CountryAustralia
      Date23/03/18
      PersonsFiona Dyer
    • TitleNew ACT water quality projects 'world-leading'
      Media name/outletCanberra Times Online
      CountryAustralia
      Date23/03/18
      PersonsFiona Dyer
    • TitleNew ACT water quality projects 'world-leading'
      Media name/outletThe Canberra Times
      CountryAustralia
      Date23/03/18
      PersonsFiona Dyer
    • TitleNew ACT water quality projects 'world-leading'
      Media name/outletCanberra Times
      CountryAustralia
      Date23/03/18
      PersonsFiona Dyer
    • TitleUniversity of Canberra begins 'world-leading' water quality projects
      Media name/outletCanberra Times
      CountryAustralia
      Date23/03/18
      PersonsFiona Dyer