A high performance stable-isotope microanalytical facility for environmental Earth science and climate change research [ 2009 - 2009 ]

Research Grant

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Researchers Dr MK Gagan; Prof P De Deckker; Dr SM Eggins; Dr BN Opdyke; Dr MJ Ellwood; Dr SJ Fallon; Dr LK Ayliffe; Prof Dr R Gr´┐Żn; Prof GD Farquhar; Dr JJ Brocks; Dr SL O'Connor; Dr SG Haberle; Prof SF Cox; Dr MD Norman; Prof TR Ireland; Dr IS Williams; Dr A Dutton;

Brief description Australia is exceptionally well positioned to play a lead role in the international effort to predict climate change, human impacts on the environment, and great submarine earthquakes and tsunamis. The new-generation stable-isotope microanalytical facility will give Australia unprecedented technical and modelling capacities and maximise the impact of high-profile research in the earth sciences. Every Australasian nation will benefit from new knowledge that is essential to address civilisation's most serious environmental threats. The new facilities will foster outstanding opportunities for collaboration, post-graduate education, and research training with outcomes that will engage the public in the excitement of scientific discovery.

Funding Amount $200,000

Funding Scheme Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities

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