SEMAT Project

Smart Environmental Monitoring and Analysis Technologies (SEMAT) research being conducted within GPEM  is developing the next generation of wireless marine sensor networks to enable the real-time monitoring of our precious coastal and marine environments.

 

Sensa Project

The primary aim of this project is to produce an overall methodology for the integrated prediction of climate related outcomes across a range of spatial and temporal scales useful at the local community level and in harmony with managerial need.
 

DeSal Project

Building on the existing information provided to the Queensland Water Commission, the purpose of this project is to investigate the potential impacts of desalination plant discharges on benthic biogeochemical cycles and their performance.

 

Lyngbya Studies

Nuisance blooms of Lyngbya majuscula have been occurring with increasing frequency in tropical coastal waters around the world. Outbreaks of this cyanobacterium (blue-green algae) threaten water quality, coastal ecosystems, and can be harmful in instances of human contact...

 

Fiji Project

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Last updated: Mar 3, 2011

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DeSal Project

Desalination in South East Queensland The combination of a growing population and changes in climate are increasing...

Fiji Project

 More information will be available shortly...

Lyngbya Studies

  Nuisance or Harmful Algal Blooms (NABs) Nuisance or Harmful Algal Blooms (NABs) have increasingly become a national concern because of their adverse affects on the health of people and marine organisms, as well as the "...

SEMAT Project

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Sensa Project

UQ-Sida/SENSA Workshop 2009

Adapting to Climate Change At the Community Level A Joint Workshop on Methods and Approaches It is widely accepted that the combination of greenh...