DustWatch Australia is a collaborative effort to monitor wind erosion in Australia. Three nationally-funded projects contribute data and information to government, natural resource management regions and the community: Community DustWatch, Wind Erosion Histories and Modelled Wind Erosion. From 2011 to 2013, the Australian government in collaboration with partners from Office of Environment and Heritage, Griffith University and University of Southern Queensland invested in a series of project to Improve the Capacity to Monitor Wind Erosion. The final synthesis report for the projects is below.
Leys, J., Butler, H, Strong, C., McTainsh, G. (2013), Australia’s Capacity to Monitor Wind Erosion: Final Synthesis Report for Projects. Office of Environment and Heritage, Sydney. 45pp.
For more information, contact a project manager.