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Making Gender Count: Leveraging M&E to mainstream gender

Kristin Olsen, Toni Darbas, Grace Milne, Daniel Cruz Lopez, Chanda Gurung Goodrich, Kate Hayes, Farid Ahmad, Justine Lacey & Lalu Kadel

Baccharis pingraea - AdaptNRM module 2: Invasive plant species and climate change

John Scott & Noboru Ota
Global and Australian maps of Species Distribution Models (SDM) for current and 2070 climates for invasive plant species for which there are published CLIMEX models. The parameters for the model are listed in a cxp file. A GIS suitable file is provided.

Parkes observations for project P858 semester 2014APRS03

Evan Keane, Andrea Possenti, Simon Johnston, Michael Kramer, Marta Burgay, Matthew Bailes, Ramesh Bhat, Michael Keith, Sarah Burke-Spolaor, Ralph Eatough, Willem van Straten, Benjamin Stappers, Samuel Bates, Lina Levin, David Champion, Andrew Jameson, Cherry Ng, Caterina Tiburzi, Emily Petroff, Ewan Barr, Chris Flynn, Fabian Jankowski, Manisha Caleb, Robert Lyon & Vincent Morello
SUPERB is a large-scale survey for pulsars and extragalactic radio bursts. It will use highly optimised GPU codes to search for pulsars and fast radio bursts (FRBs), making discoveries in real time. Handling our data as it comes in is essential for the SKA Phase I era so this work applies directly to the high-data rates of next generation telescopes. The pulsars discovered will enable studies of the interstellar medium, allow us to more accurately...

WAMSI 2 - KMRP Project 2.2.9: Historical Water Quality using sediment records

John Keesing, Dongyan Liu, Zineng Yuan, Yajun Peng, Yujue Wang, Pierre Richard, Pere Masque, Yingjun Che & Yin Fang
The remote Kimberley coast of north-western Australia is one of the few marine environments domains on earth largely unaffected by human use. However, the region is undergoing increasing economic importance as a destination for tourism and significant coastal developments associated with oil and gas exploration. The objective of the project was to reconstruct a timeline of inferred water quality changes from the sediment record for a selected set of sites in the Kimberley, Western Australia....

Australian Wave Energy Atlas - Garden Island Case Study Numerical Wave Modelling

Ron Hoeke, Stephanie Contardo, Mark Hemer & Julian O'Grady
CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere conducted an intensive field program between Dec 2014 and Feb 2016 to assess the physical wave-current-morphodynamic response of wave energy extraction at Carnegie Clean Energy's Perth Wave Energy Project, located near Garden Island near Perth. For this study, a total of five oceanographic instrument deployments were undertaken. To support this field program, a series of numerical simulations using a phase-averaged wave model capable of including of wave energy converters (WECs). The...

Parkes observations for project P858 semester 2014OCTS59

Evan Keane, Andrea Possenti, Simon Johnston, Michael Kramer, Marta Burgay, Matthew Bailes, Ramesh Bhat, Michael Keith, Sarah Burke-Spolaor, Ralph Eatough, Willem van Straten, Benjamin Stappers, Samuel Bates, Lina Levin, David Champion, Andrew Jameson, Cherry Ng, Caterina Tiburzi, Emily Petroff, Ewan Barr, Chris Flynn, Fabian Jankowski, Manisha Caleb, Robert Lyon, Vincent Morello … & Shivani Bhandari
SUPERB is a large-scale survey for pulsars and extragalactic radio bursts. It will uses optimised GPU codes to search for pulsars and fast radio bursts (FRBs), making discoveries in real time. Handling our data as it comes in is essential for the SKA Phase I era so this work applies directly to the high-data rates of next generation telescopes. The pulsars discovered will enable studies of the interstellar medium, allow us to more accurately constrain...

Soil permeability DSM data of the Fitzroy catchment WA, Darwin catchments and Mitchell catchment Qld generated by the Northern Australia Water Resource Assessment

Mark Thomas, Dan Brough, Elisabeth Bui, Ben Harms, Jason Hill, Karen Holmes, David Morrison, Seonaid Philip, Ross Searle, Henry Smolinski, Seija Tuomi, Dennis van Gool, Ian Watson, Peter Wilson & Peter Wilson
Soil permeability is one of 18 attributes of soils chosen to underpin the land suitability assessment of the Northern Australia Water Resource Assessment (NAWRA) through the digital soil mapping process (DSM). Soil permeability describes the ability of a soil to transmit water internally by its least permeable layer (rate of water movement into and through the soil profile). This soil permeability raster data represents a modelled dataset of permeability as described by the National Committee...

RV Investigator Voyage IN2017_V05 End of Voyage (EOV) Archive

CSIRO, Marine National Facility, John Keesing, Roland Pitcher, Keith Sainsbury, Alan Williams, Joanna Strzelecki, Stephen Newman, Corey Wakefield & Peter Karuso
This record describes the End of Voyage (EOV) archive from the Marine National Facility (MNF) RV Investigator research voyage in2017_v05, titled "Long-term recovery of trawled marine communities 25 years after the world’s largest adaptive management experiment." The voyage took place from Broome (WA) to Fremantle (WA) between October 11 and November 10, 2017. For further information refer to the Voyage documentation links below. Instruments used and data collected include: Regular measurements: Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler...

Riparian vegetation map of the Pilbara region, WA

Masoomeh Alaibakhsh, Irina Emelyanova & Olga Barron
Landsat 5 TM Standard Terrain Corrected (Level 1T) imagery was used to delineate riparian vegetation. The study area of the research (Pilbara region except the eastern desert) is covered by 16 intersecting Landsat scenes. For each LS, three cloud-free Landsat images acquired at the end dates of the three hydrological years 1992, 1999 and 2009 (one image per year), were downloaded from the USGS website (www.usgs.gov) and calibrated for top of atmosphere reflectance.

Parkes observations for project P863 semester 2016APRS

George Hobbs, Simon Johnston, Robert Hollow, Vikram Ravi, Matthew Kerr, Ryan Shannon & Shi Dai
In this proposal we request observations from the Parkes radio telescope to survey time variability in the radio emission from a sample of pulsars. The aim is to elucidate different phenomena occurring in the pulsars' magnetospheres. We have chosen a sample of ten pulsars that exhibit various characteristics of the state-changing phenomenon (some are moding pulsars and some are intermittent pulsars). We plan to use the dual-band and the H-OH receivers that will provide us...

Parkes observations for project P789 semester 2018OCTS_17

Renee Spiewak, Andrea Possenti, Simon Johnston, Michael Kramer, Marta Burgay, Paulo Freire, Fernando Camilo, Ingrid Stairs, Matthew Bailes, Scott Ransom, Michael Keith, Ralph Eatough, Duncan Ross Lorimer, Willem van Straten, Benjamin Stappers, Paul Ray, Evan Keane, Lina Levin, Matthew Kerr, David Champion, Cherry Ng, Robert Ferdman, Ewan Barr, Fabian Jankowski, Vincent Morello … & Norbert Wex
Recently there has been great success at Parkes discovering millisecond pulsars (MSPs), a class that includes some of the most interesting and scientifically valuable pulsars known. In the last few years, we have discovered more than 40 MSPs though the High Time Resolution Universe Survey (P630) and Fermi searches (P675/P814). Here we propose to carry out precision timing of these sources to fully exploit these discoveries. Additionally, we continue to study the most significant of...

Parkes observations for project P786 semester 2012OCTS

Sarah Burke-Spolaor, Simon Johnston, Michael Kramer, A Lyne, Maura McLaughlin, Ralph Eatough, Benjamin Stappers, Evan Keane, Josh Miller, Nipuni Palliyaguru, Neil Young & Bingyi Cui
Rotating Radio Transients (RRATs), neutron stars from which sporadic radio bursts are detected, represent approximately 3% (and increasing) of radio-emitting pulsars as they are found via single-pulse searches of archival and current pulsar surveys. The sporadic emission from these and intermittent pulsars makes them difficult to study and nearly all information about the properties of the objects is the result of dedicated monitoring and timing programs at Parkes telescope. This project represents the largest (and...

Parkes observations for project P456 semester 2018APRS_29

George Hobbs, Dick Manchester, John Sarkissian, Matthew Bailes, Ramesh Bhat, Michael Keith, William Coles, Willem van Straten, Chris Russell, Stefan Oslowski, Matthew Kerr, James Dempsey, Ryan Shannon, Jingbo Wang, Yuri Levin, Linqing Wen, Xingjiang Zhu, Shi Dai, Daniel John Reardon, Renee Spiewak, Lei Zhang & Aditya Parthasarathy
The Parkes Pulsar Timing Array (PPTA) project has three primary goals: (a) detection of gravitational waves from astronomical sources, (b) establishment of a pulsar timescale, and (c) improvement of our understanding of Solar-system dynamics. The PPTA is the oldest of three international pulsar timing groups. We have the smallest telescope and the smallest group, but the best measurements and the best results. Our bound on the strength of the incoherent gravitational wave background is the...

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