The Centre for Water and Landscape Dynamics at the Fenner School of Environment & Society presents ‘Australia's Environment in 2019’. This annual report summarises a large amount of observations on the trajectory of our natural resources and ecosystems.
Researchers from the Centre for Water and Landscape Dynamics will present the report in a broadcast via YouTube on
Monday, 30th of March from 12:00-12:45 AEDT
The briefing will coincide with the annual update of the report website (www.ausenv.online), where you can find a national summary report as well as report cards for all regions of Australia. In the accompanying data explorer, the spatial data can be viewed as maps, accounts or charts by region and land use type, and downloaded for further use.
- Professor Albert Van Dijk
- Dr Marta Yebra
- Dr Luigi Renzullo
- Shoshana Rapley
About the ANU WALD
The Centre for Water and Landscape Dynamics (WALD) develops new methods to measure, monitor and forecast climate, water availability and landscape conditions. Our solutions often combine large amounts of data from satellites and sensor networks with field research, biophysical modelling and machine learning. Our focus areas are extreme weather, bushfires, water resources, agriculture, forestry and our natural environment. Our activities span education and training, research, and developing practical solutions for decision making. Among others, we develop innovative web-based platforms to help you find, explore and interpret environmental information derived from satellites and on-ground networks.