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    Welcome to Research at CSU

    We champion research that helps communities flourish and shapes the world we live in.

    We operate in a paradigm of research excellence and partnership, and provide meaningful outcomes for industry, government, business and communities. We seek to make an impact on our worlds - regional, national and global - and contribute to their economic, social and environmental sustainability and well-being.

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    Dr Lee Baumgartner

    Dr Lee Baumgartner

    Institute for Land, Water and Society

    Dr Lee Baumgartner, an ecologist (fisheries and river management) undertakes research in several board areas including freshwater fisheries, fish passage and migration, mitigating human disturbances, hydropower and riverine ecology.  Much of his work is applied and has fed back into adaptive management strategies which have resulted in state, national and international policy development. He leads a number of projects in Australia and overseas including a major fish passage project in Laos which has been scaled out to include Myanmar, Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand, and research projects for Snowy 2.0 in Australia.

    Associate Professor Skye Wassens

    Associate Professor Skye Wassens

    Institute for Land, Water and Society

    Associate Professor Skye Wassens is an aquatic ecologist who specialises in the ecology and conservation of wetland dependant species, with a special interest in amphibians. Her research on wetland dependant species currently underpins environmental watering strategies and wetland management in the Murrumbidgee River system. She currently leads multiple projects focused on understanding the ecological outcomes of environmental watering regimes, including the 5 year Long-term Intervention Monitoring program for the Murrumbidgee River funded by the Commonwealth Environmental Water Holder.

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