The Carbon Water Observatory is a portal for understanding the flows, reservoirs, and interactions of carbon and water in the Australian landscape: The Carbon and Water Cycles.
It’s about our knowledge of the processes that drive them, and the models and data we use to test our knowledge against the real world. Use the Observatory to explore the Australian carbon and water story from 1911 to present in maps, time series, animations, and data for the country or region of your choice, and learn about the latest research findings from the CSIRO Continental Biogeochemical Cycles group.
Improve your understanding of the rates at which carbon is stored and released across the Australian continent.
Search multiple carbon and water quantities at various spatial resolutions as maps, time series, animations or data.