CSIRO Coastal Collaboration Cluster

The Coastal Collaboration Cluster – a major three-year research program – will develop approaches to better connect science with the needs of governments, communities and industries to meet coastal challenges.


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Jenny Shaw 9 years 45 weeks ago
Aldegonda Bruekers

Gonni is currently a PhD candidate with the Curtin University Sustainability Policy Institute in Fremantle, Western Australia. Her research work aims to inquire into methods for visualising scientific outcomes and the role of design strategies in enabling scientific researchers to communicate outcomes.

Educational Qualifications
2002 Master of Design (Curtin University of Technology)
1985 Bachelor of Arts (Design) (Western Australian Institute of Technology)

9 years 45 weeks ago
Kevin O’Toole

Associate Professor, School of International and Political Studies, Deakin University, Warrnambool, VIC 3280;

9 years 45 weeks ago
Research Projects
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Visualising scientific outputs: Interactive and Narrative Design Strategies for Coastal Climate Science

The aim of this research is to explore different presentation methods for complex scientific outputs, and their usefulness as the basis...

20/03/2012 - 16:10 community
Spanning the Boundary between Climate Science and Local Coastal Communities: Opportunities and Challenges

We aim to show how intermediary organisations and individuals can help span boundaries between technical climate science and local...

20/03/2012 - 07:29 decision
Negotiating local decision making to manage coastal inundation: certainty, precedence, precaution and practicality

This research aims to improve understanding of the way in which different pieces of information are interpreted and used in coastal...

15/03/2012 - 15:30 decision