Posts by Nikki Galovic
Radar and the birth of radio astronomy in Australia at Collaroy Plateau
Scientists from CSIRO, supported by the Royal Australian Air Force, observed radio waves emitted from the Sun at the Collaroy Plateau air and sea defence radar station during WWII.
Weather and environmental prediction
Through the Collaboration for Australian Weather and Climate Research (CAWCR), we created systems for predicting Australia’s air quality, weather and […]
BIOCLIM – the first species distribution modelling package
BIOCLIM is a species distribution modelling system created by CSIRO in partnership with the Federal Government’s Bureau of Flora and Fauna.
John Busby retired as the inaugural General Manager of the Australian Government’s Office of Spatial Data Management, a whole-of-government initiative […]
Emeritus Professor Michael Frank Hutchinson
Early life Michael grew up on a dairy farm at Camden NSW and attended Camden state school. Tertiary education and […]
Dr Ian Joseph O’Donnell
In 1951 Ian joined the CSIRO Wool Textile Research Research Laboratory, Biochemistry Unit under the Officer-in-Charge, Dr F G Lennox and remained there until his retirement from Officer-in-Charge in 1989.
CSIRO Annual Report 2015-16
Our CSIRO Annual Report 2015–16 presents details of the activities of the organisation throughout 2015–16. (186 pages)