Position vacant – Senior Coastal Modeller, CSIRO Hobart

Senior Coastal Modeller
CSIRO – Hobart, Tasmania (Tasmania, Australia)

Job Description

Lead the development of world class scientific capability
A key strategic and scientific leadership role
Join CSIRO – Australia’s premier scientific and research organisation

The Coastal Environmental Modelling Team is a core component of the Marine Biogeochemistry Research program within the CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research […]

By |May 15th, 2012|Events, Jobs, Tas Chapter|Comments Off|

Tasmania ACS Branch Update – Dec 2011

ACS Tas has had a great end to the year with successful involvements in Coastcare Week celebrations and a new coastal alliance. Coastcare week was celebrated with many fun and diverse activities and events across Tasmania, with the largest of these being ‘Coastal Conversations 2011′. This event brought together ACS Tas, NRM South, the […]

By |December 8th, 2011|Latest news, News, Tas Chapter|Comments Off|

Position vacant – Social Behavioural Modeller -CSIRO, Hobart Tas

Social Behavioural Modeller -CSIRO

Work in a world class facility
Offering outstanding career development and professional support
Join CSIRO – Australia’s premier scientific and research organisation

The social behavioural modeller will play a key role in multidisciplinary natural resource management programs, as well as plan and manage projects focused on social behavioural aspects […]

By |November 14th, 2011|Events, Jobs, Tas Chapter|Comments Off|

Position vacant – Coastal Modeller – Data Assimilation CSIRO, Hobart Tas

Coastal Modeller – Data Assimilation – CSIRO

Are you passionate about what science and technology can achieve?
Work in a dynamic team with dedicated professionals
Join CSIRO – Australia’s premier scientific and research organisation

The successful candidate will work within the Coastal Environmental Modelling Team, and will be responsible for the development, implementation […]

By |November 14th, 2011|Events, Jobs, Tas Chapter|Comments Off|

Tasmanian Coastal Works Manual

A Best Practice Management Guide for Changing Coastlines
The Tasmanian Coastal Works Manual has been produced by The Coastal and Marine Branch, EPA Division, Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment (DPIPWE), with funding support from the Australian Government’s Caring for Our Country program.

The manual is a comprehensive tool for coastal land managers such […]

By |September 21st, 2011|Latest news, News, Resources, Tas Chapter|Comments Off|

Limp, leap or learn?

Professor Jan McDonald, from the University of Tasmania Law School, has secured $217, 784 in funding through the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF) Settlements and Infrastructure theme, for the project -’Limp, leap or learn?’

The project will develop a legal framework for climate change adaptation planning in Australia, through studying the role of […]

By |July 8th, 2011|Latest news, News, Tas Chapter|Comments Off|

Tasmanian Planning Commission’s recommendations on the Draft State Coastal Policy.

The Tasmanian Planning Comission yesterday released its report to the Premier on the Draft State Coastal Policy 2008.

The Premier announced that she had accepted the report, and asked the Minister for Planning to come back to Cabinet with a “way forward” as a matter of priority.

The Commission identified a number of specific deficiencies in […]

By |May 19th, 2011|Latest news, News, Tas Chapter|Comments Off|

The Canal Estates (Prohibition) Bill 2011 being debated

The Canal Estates (Prohibition) Bill 2011 was tabled in Parliament by the Tasmanian Government on the 16th of March and is due for debate this week. The Bill was developed following last years landmark decision from the Tasmanian Planning Commission against the Walker Corporation’s proposed canal estate in Ralph’s Bay, Lauderdale on the basis […]

By |April 11th, 2011|Tas Chapter|Comments Off|

New Tasmanian Chapter of ACS off to a swimming start!

After a successful inaugural Annual General Meeting on Saturday 5 February 2011 at the Campbell Town Hotel, the Tasmanian Chapter of the Australian Coastal Society (ACS) has officially formed. 13 keen coastal supporters attended the meeting which focused on establishing the committee, discussing the aims of the ACS in […]

By |March 8th, 2011|Tas Chapter|Comments Off|

Tasmania State Chapter Update

A small local organising committee held a planning meeting in early November to lay the foundations for the establishment of the Tasmanian Branch of the ACS. At the meeting, it was decided to hold the inaugural AGM to launch the Tasmanian Branch of the ACS in Campbell Town in early February 2011. Prof Bruce […]

By |January 19th, 2011|Tas Chapter|Comments Off|