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Science-driven, integrated management of Sydney estuary, NSW

This proposal is for the construction of a comprehensive spatial database with which managers can interrogate, in real time, all available physical, chemical and environmental infor more...

Supervisor(s): Birch, Gavin (Associate Professor)

Change detection in hydrology

The quantity and quality of water in our streams is dependent on many factors including climate, land use and management.  This leads to questions about how much impact have th more...

Supervisor(s): Bishop, Thomas (Associate Professor)

Development of an observation system for profile soil moisture

An understanding of the variation in time and space of soil moisture is crucial for the modelling and management of Australian landscapes.  In terms of management, information more...

Supervisor(s): Bishop, Thomas (Associate Professor)

Digital Terroirs for the Hunter Wine Country Private Irrigation District

Terroir is a commonly used concept in France and other European countries for the designation of quality wines. This concept has not been widely developed or accepted in Australia. more...

Supervisor(s): McBratney, Alex (Professor)

Behavioural Route Choice

Route Choice models have long been based on the assumption that travelers choose the shortest travel time path between their origin and destination, despite increasing evidence that more...

Supervisor(s): Levinson, David (Professor)

A Benefit/Cost Analysis of Benefit/Cost Analysis

Transportat projects of significant size and scope often must be subjected to fairly rigorous project evaluation processes.  Benefit-cost analysis (BCA) is a project evaluation more...

Supervisor(s): Levinson, David (Professor)

Characterizing Transport Networks

In an increasingly urbanized world, people remain connected by a complex nexus of roads, rails, paths, and sidewalks that form urban transportation systems and shape travel demand. more...

Supervisor(s): Levinson, David (Professor)

Simulating Transport for Realistic Engineering Education and Training

Understanding and predicting travel demand and travel patterns is one of the most important
but also most challenging tasks of transport
engineers, planners, and geographers. Tr more...

Supervisor(s): Levinson, David (Professor), Ramezani Ghalenoei, Mohsen (Dr)

Historical and Prospective Adoption Rates of Transport Technologies

Traditional transportation forecasts do not consider changes in technology. Yet we know technologies change, and those changes consequently affects underlying behaviours. Providing more...

Supervisor(s): Levinson, David (Professor)

NHMRC Translational Australian Clinical Toxicology (TACT) Program

A range of PhD research project opportunities in human toxicology exist within the TACT program. We are looking for talented and motivated doctoral candidates, with or without a pri more...

Supervisor(s): Buckley, Nicholas (Professor), Dawson, Andrew (Professor)