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Keith L. Bristow

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CSIRO

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CSIRO

Clunies Ross Street

Canberra, Australian Capital Territory,2601

Australia

Company Description

CSIRO provides advice to industry, the ACMA, and governments on radio-quiet compliance matters and the impact on radio astronomy of proposed activities within the Radio Quiet Zone (RQZ). Further information on the Australian RQZ is available by contacting CSIR... more

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Northern Australia Irrigation Futures project (NAIF) - Project Team

www.clw.csiro.au [cached]

Dr Keith Bristow is Project Leader with overall responsibility for the project and interactions with the NAIF Steering Committee.
Keith is also responsible for the science conducted within the project and works with each of the project team members in meeting project objectives 2008 CRC IF Leadership & Excellence Award - presented to Keith Bristow & Jeff Camkin at the 2008 CRC IF Annual Research Forum L-R: Peter Hayes (CRC IF Chair) presenting Keith Bristow, Jeff Camkin and Bart Kellett the CRC Irrigation Futures Teamwork and Collaboration Award at the 2006 CRC IF Annual Research Forum L-R: Peter Hayes (CRC IF Chair) presenting Keith Bristow, Jeff Camkin and Bart Kellett the CRC Irrigation Futures Teamwork and Collaboration Award at the 2006 CRC IF Annual Research Forum. Geoffrey Kavanagh (CRC IF Board member) presenting Jeff Camkin (L) and Keith Bristow (R) the CRC Irrigation Futures Leadership & Excellence Award at the 2008 CRC IF Annual Research Forum. Geoffrey Kavanagh (CRC IF Board member) presenting Jeff Camkin (L) and Keith Bristow (R) the CRC Irrigation Futures Leadership & Excellence Award at the 2008 CRC IF Annual Research Forum.


Plastic Planet | Pint of Science AU

pintofscience.com.au [cached]

Dr. Keith Bristow (Project Leader, CSIRO)


www.sief.org.au

Dr Keith L. Bristow, CSIRO: keith.bristow@csiro.au


Dr Keith Bristow - Irrigation Australia Exhibition & Conference Irrigation Australia Exhibition & Conference

irrigationaustralia.com.au [cached]

Dr Keith Bristow
Team Leader CSIRO Agriculture Dr Keith Bristow Team Leader CSIRO Agriculture Dr Keith L. Bristow is a Research Scientist with CSIRO in Townsville, northern Australia. His research focusses on understanding the interactions between soil, water, agriculture and the environment. He has extensive experience leading tactical, strategic and transdisciplinary research activities in irrigated systems and integrated water resources management across Australia, and particularly in northern tropical Australia.


Australian Irrigation Conference & Exhibition 2010

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Dr Keith Bristow,Senior Principal Research Scientist with CSIRO, Program Leader of the CRC for Irrigation Futures System Harmonisation Program and Honorary Professor at the
Dr Keith Bristow Dr Keith L. Bristow is a Senior Principal Research Scientist with CSIRO, Program Leader of the CRC for Irrigation Futures System Harmonisation Program and Honorary Professor at the Keith was born in South Africa where he completed his initial studies in physics at the Keith is a Fellow of the Soil Science Society of America, Fellow of the American Society of Agronomy, and was recently awarded the Don and Betty Kirkham Soil Physics Award, the first Australian to receive this prestigious international award.


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