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Research partnerships

Building enduring partnerships with the science community is integral to our work.

Partnerships with the research community are being developed that will:

  • provide advice on research gaps and scoping of research projects
  • synthesise existing scientific knowledge
  • undertake commissioned research and analysis to meet specific needs
  • provide advice on the best available science and evidence base including knowledge gaps
  • provide peer review to ensure best available science is being used and the evidence base is continually improved.

We actively engaged with a number of research partners interested in working on water reforms within the Basin.

Research partners

We are forging collaborations with a number of research institutions and universities to help provide the knowledge for improved Basin management. These include:

Partners in data and information

To ensure access to the best available data and information that is relevant to the Basin, we have also signed Heads of Agreements with a number of Australian Government Statutory Agencies. These agencies are leaders in providing first-class scientific information and knowledge that supports governments in making informed decisions about the use and management of resources; the management of the environment and natural resources; and the wellbeing of communities. Memorandums of understanding have been signed with: