ILWS - Charles Sturt University
ILWS - Charles Sturt University

Internal ILWS Funding

Awarded to ILWS Members and Adjuncts 2016 

Members

Team-based and integrated research activities : ILWS full members are able to seek support to encourage or facilitate such activities, including involvement in formal consortia or research alliances, team-based and integrated research projects, or steps to develop such projects. The maximum amount available per initiative is $10,000.  

Applicant (s)

Other ILWS Researchers

Activities

Awarded funds

Catherine Allan

Alex Knight
Skye Wassens

Aquatic plants, water and indigenous Australians - ongoing and authentic collaborative partnerships with indigenous group to facilitate inclusion of values in scientific knowledge and methods and seek opportunities to develop collaborative projects - following on from Catherine Conroy honour project

$10,000

Zhenquan Li

Lee Baumgartner,
Xiaodi Huang

Developing institutional capacity in computational fluid dynamics modelling

$10,000

Joanne Millar

Alex Knight

In connection with Stage 1 grant application submitted to UK Darwin initiative

$6,000

Dale Nimmo

Jodi Price, Manu Saunders

Indigenous fire management and biodiversity conservation in NE Victoria

$10,000

Branka Krivokapic-Skoko

 

Bringing and accommodating external expert to explore activities leading to project funding applications through EU

$5,100

Maggie Watson

Lee Baumgartner, Shane Raidal

Water-babies - of parasites, mutualisms and indicator in spiny crayfish

$6,300

Lee Baumgartner

Any ILWS staff with interest in water management

Global research collaboration in integrated water resource management

$10,000

Catherine Allan

Moragh Mackay,
Luisa Perez-Mujica

Further link and develop 4 enquiries under Platform for systemic co-enquiry and NRM governance innovation

$10,000

Keller Kopf

Paul Humphries,
Dale Nimmo,
Lee Baumgartner,
Max Finlayson,
Robyn Watts, Catherine Allan,
Nikki Scott

Workshop to develop ecolopgical risk assessment and planning for the release of koi carp herpes virus in Australia

$10,000

Total

  

$77,400

Adjuncts

Criteria for award : adjuncts ($1500 maximum per individual) who have been on our books for more than a year and can demonstrate that the support will lead to direct outcomes that will contribute to ILWS's research profile or outputs and impacts with identified partners or communities. 

Applicant (s)

Activities

Awarded funds

Patrick Cobbinah

Project development work in Ghana

$1,500

Justin Watson

Surveys in Torres Strait Islands & education/training in survey methods for local - focused on shorebirds for climate change monitoring

$1,500

Bruce Robertson

Field work to collect blood samples from local silvereye birds as part of NZ funded project

$1,500

Yoshi Kobayashi

Visit Thurgoona to write a journal article based on LTIM data

$1,120

Nick Davidson

Project development & research paper drafting on improving data and information methods for wetlands assessments

$1,500

Total

 

$7,120