Research partnership opportunities
High quality and up-to-date scientific research is vital in supporting decision making and regulation at the EPA.
We actively develop and maintain key relationships with research organisations to enhance risk-based management of environmental issues in key areas, with a number of collaborations under development or already in progress.
Collaboration is possible in a variety of ways. Examples include honours or PhD projects, a financial or in-kind contribution by the EPA towards research undertaken, a literature review, and varying degrees of support for grant applications such as providing letters of support, co-supervision of students, in-kind contribution, etc.
If you are a researcher with expertise in any of the EPA areas of priority and projects or would like to join our mailing list, please contact us.
Strategic Water Science Plan
The Strategic Water Science Plan will build our capacity to address water quality issues that affect inland, coastal and groundwater in South Australia. The plan delivers 5 programs that will support science being undertake at the EPA.
There are currently opportunities to collaborate with EPA in the following priority areas. This list will be updated regularly.