The Integrated Catchment Assessment and Management Centre (iCAM) is a team of interdisciplinary Fenner School researchers at ANU specialising in integrated environmental assessment and modelling. Since its formation in 1997, iCAM has established itself as an innovative and trusted research provider across industry and university sectors within Australia and internationally. In addition to an extensive project portfolio, iCAM is involved in a range of under and post-graduate teaching and supervision programmes with strong links to the Department of Mathematics, and the Crawford School of Economics and Government.
Our mission is to develop and integrate the knowledge required to clarify management and policy options for sustaining vital water and related resources. It is underpinned by targeted research in hydrology, ecology and socio-economics, and by interdisciplinary projects codesigned with interest groups. Integrated models and decision support tools are typical software products of our engagement.