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Dr. Keith L. Bristow

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Research Scientist

CSIRO Land and Water
Phone: +61 *********
Email: k***@***.au
Local Address: Townsville, Queensland, Australia
CSIRO
PO Box 1139 (150 Oxford Street)
Collingwood, Victoria 3066
Australia

Company Description: CSIRO (http://www.csiro.au) is Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation. As one of the world's largest and most diverse scientific...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Ph.D.
    Washington State University
  • B.S.
    University of Natal
  • M.S.
    University of the Orange Free State
50 Total References
Web References
Agrolinker - Agriculture and Landscaping discussion boards & AG news-link review - US Soil Science Society 2009 Awards presented
www.agrolinker.co.uk, 1 Oct 2009 [cached]
Keith L. Bristow, CSIRO Land and Water- Don & Betty Kirkham Soil Physics Award. Keith L. Bristow is a senior principal research scientist with CSIRO Land and Water; program leader in the CRC for Irrigation Futures in Townsville, Australia; and honorary professor at University of Pretoria, South Africa. Dr. Bristow received a B.S. from University of Natal, a M.S. from University of the Orange Free State, and Ph.D. from Washington State University. His research focuses on heat, water, and solute movement in and through soil and groundwater systems. He is an associate editor of Vadose Zone Journal.
Our Management - CRC for Irrigation Futures
irrigationfutures.org.au, 6 Mar 2014 [cached]
Keith Bristow System Harmonisation through Regional Irrigation Business Partnerships
CSIRO Land and Water staff publications list
www.clw.csiro.au, 6 Oct 2012 [cached]
Keith Bristow
Full Publications List (in-press and published papers only)
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Annandale, J., Beletse, Y., Stirzaker, R., and Bristow, K. (2011). Managing poor quality coal-mine water: Is irrigation part of the solution? in: Zietsman, L. (ed), Observations on Environmental Change in South Africa, Pretoria, South Africa :South African Observation Network: 174-177.
Bristow, K., and Stubbs, T. (2010). Reinventing Irrigation Catchments: The System Harmonisation Story. Cooperative Research Centre for Irrigation Futures: 146 pp. http://www.irrigationfutures.org.au/SystemHarmonisationStory/
Camkin, J.K., Bristow, K.L., Petheram, C., Paydar, Z., Cook, F., and Story, J. (2008). Designs for the future: The role of sustainable irrigation in northern Australia. in: Villacampa Estve, Y., Brebbia, C., and Prats Rico, D. (eds), Sustainable Irrigation: Management Technologies and Policies II, Southampton, UK :WIT Press . 293-302 .
Thorburn, P., Cook, F., Bristow, K., and Fitch, P. (2008). Improving trickle irrigation: better matching trickle systems design to soils. ISHS Acta Horticulture ,792): 669-677. http://www.actahort.org/books/792/792_80.htm
Bristow, K.L. (2004). A healthy future for Burdekin delta. In: Irrigation and Water Resources, Spring 2004, Melbourne :Agricultural Publishers Pty Ltd: 21-23.
Bristow, K.L. (2004). Water and Irrigation in Australia. In: Bogena, H., Hake, J., and Vereecken, H. (Editors), Water and Sustainable Development, Germany :Forschungszentrum Julich GmbH48): 135-160.
Thayalakumaran, T., Charlesworth, P., Bristow, K.L., van Bemmelen, R., and Jaffres, J. (2004). The role of iron in groundwater denitrification in the Lower Burdekin. WISPAS A newletter about water in the soil-plant-atmosphere system, New Zealand :HortResearch (88)).
Bristow, K.L. (2002). Irrigation within an integrated water management framework. Best Practice Irrigation, (, R. Bruce ; ISBN 1876679255), Townsville :CRC Sugar: 5-12. http://www.clw.csiro.au/publications/consultancy/2002/BestPracticeIrrigationinSugarcaneProduction.pdf
Bristow, K.L. (2002). Salinity and drainage in irrigated systems. Best Practice Irrigation, (, R. Bruce ; ISBN 1876679255), Townsville :CRC Sugar: 177-185. http://www.clw.csiro.au/publications/consultancy/2002/BestPracticeIrrigationinSugarcaneProduction.pdf
Bristow, K.L. (2002). Systems Analysis and Modeling. CRC Sugar Annual Report, Townsville :CRC Sugar: 48-56.
Bristow, K.L. (2002). Thermal Conductivity. Methods of Soil Analysis. Part 4 Physical Methods, (, G. Topp, and J. Dane ), Madison, WI, USA :Soil Science Society of America: 1209-1226.
Campbell, G., and Bristow, K.L. (2002). Soil thermal resistivity. Australian Power Transmission and Distribution. Chapel Hill, Qld :PTD Publications: 46-48.
Lisson, S., Brennan, L., Bristow, K.L., Keating, B., and Hughes, D. (2002). Improving irrigation management through on-farm water storages. Best Practice Irrigation, (, R. Bruce ; ISBN 1876679255), Townsville :CRC Sugar: 161-173. http://www.clw.csiro.au/publications/consultancy/2002/BestPracticeIrrigationinSugarcaneProduction.pdf
Qureshi, M., Wilcox, T., and Bristow, K.L. (2002). Economic considerations in irrigation management: theory and practice. Best Practice Irrigation, (, R. Bruce ; ISBN 1876679255), Townsville :CRC Sugar: 145-157. http://www.clw.csiro.au/publications/consultancy/2002/BestPracticeIrrigationinSugarcaneProduction.pdf
Sweeney, C., Thorburn, P., Bristow, K.L., and Lockington, D. (2002). Contribution of shallow water tables to crop water requirements. Best Practice Irrigation, (, R. Bruce ; ISBN 1876679255), Townsville :CRC Sugar: 35-43. http://www.clw.csiro.au/publications/consultancy/2002/BestPracticeIrrigationinSugarcaneProduction.pdf
Thorburn, P., Sweeney, C., Bristow, K.L., Cook, F., and Collins, K. (2002). Trickle Irrigation. Best Practice Irrigation, (, R. Bruce ; ISBN 1876679255), Townsville :CRC Sugar: 119-142. http://www.clw.csiro.au/publications/consultancy/2002/BestPracticeIrrigationinSugarcaneProduction.pdf
Horton, R., Kluitenberg, G., and Bristow, K.L. (1994). Surface crop residue effects on the soil surface energy balance. In: Unger, P W (ed.). Managing agricultural residues,Boca Raton, FL, USA: CRC Press: (Ch.8): 143-162 54 refs, illus.
Milnes, A., Reddell, P., Kirby, J., Spain, A., Bristow, K.L., and Fordham, A. (1994). Red mud stacks: rehabilitation research report 1, January 1994 for Nabalco Pty Ltd [restricted]. Consultancy Report. Minesite Rehabilitation Research Program. CSIRO Australia, 3p.
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Bristow, K., and Yang, Y. (2011). Australia-China collaboration workshop. Shijiazhuang, Hebei Province, China - May 2011.Final report.
Bristow, K. (2011). The University of KwaZulu-Natal and eThekwini Municipality partnership and why it works. report to the University of Pretoria Water Institute.
Bristow, K., and Marchant, S. (2008). Report on a proposal titled "Multi State, Water Transfer Project (Australia)".Report to T Bowring and Associates Pty Ltd, NSW Australia.
Cook, F., Xevi, E., Knight, J., Paydar, Z., and Bristow, K.L. (2008). Analysis of biophysical processes with regard to advantages and disadvantages of mosaics.CSIRO Land and Water Science Report 14/08 and CRC for Irrigation Futures Technical Report 07/08 CSIRO and CRC for Irrigation Futures. http://www.clw.csiro.au/publications/science/2008/sr14-08.pdf
Dent, M., Bristow, K.L., Camkin, J.K., and Bohensky, E. (2008).
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Dent, M., Bristow, K., Camkin, J., and Bohensky, E. (2008).
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Petheram, C., Tickell, S., O'Gara, F., Bristow, K.L., Smith, A., and Jolly, P. (2008). Analysis of the Lower Burdekin, Ord and Katherine-Douglas-Daly irrigation areas: Implications to future design and managment of tropical irrigation.CSIRO Land and Water Science Report 19/08 and CRC for Irrigation Futures Technical Report 05/08. Canberra: CSIRO and CRC for Irrigation Futures. http://www.clw.csiro.au/publications/science/2008/sr19-08.pdf
Petheram, C., and Bristow, K.L. (2008). Towards an understanding of the hydrological factors, constraints and opportunities for irrigation in northern Australia: A review.CSIRO Land and Water Science Report 13/08 and CRC for Irrigation Futures Technical Report No. 06/08. Canberra: CSIRO and CRC for Irrigation Futures. http://www.clw.csiro.au/publications/science/2008/sr13-08.pdf
Bristow, K., and Petheram, C. (2007). Assessment of the practicality and benefits of developing a groundwater flow classification system for irrigation in northern Australia.Report to the NAIF Steering Committee.
Bristow, K.L., and Camkin, J.K. (2007). Northern Australia Irrigation Futures: Providing new knowledge, tools and processes to support debate and decision making regarding irrigation in northern Australia.National Program for Sustainable Irrigation. CDS23 - Final Report CSIRO, LWA, NPSI, CRC IF, Australian Government, Queensland Goverment, Northern Territory Government and Goverment of Western Australia. http://www.clw.csiro.au/naif/documents/2007/NAIF-FinalReport2007.pdf
Bristow, K.L., and Camkin, J.K. (2007). Northern Australia Irrigation Futures: Providing new knowledge, tools and processes to support debate and decision making regarding irrigation in northern Australia.National Program for Sustainable Irrigation. CDS23 - Final technical Report CSIRO, LWA, NPSI, CRC IF, Australian Government, Queensland Goverment, Northern Territory Government and Goverment of Western Australia. http://www.clw.csiro.au/naif/documents/2007/NAIF-FinalTechnicalReport2007.pdf
Camkin, J.K., Story, J., and Bristow, K.L. (2007). An ecologically sustainable development component system to support irrigation decision making in northern Australia.CSIRO Land and Water Science Report 78/07 and CRC for Irrigation Futures Technical Report No. 10/07 CSIRO and CRC for Irrigation Futures. http://www.clw.csiro.au/publications/science/2007/sr78-07.pdf
Camkin, J.K., Kellett, B., and Bristow, K.L. (2007). Northern Australia irrigation futures: Origin, evolution and future directions for the development of a Sustainability framework.CSIRO Land and Water Science Report 73/07 and CRC for Irrigation Futures Technical Report No. 11/07. Canberra: CSIRO and CRC for Irrigation Futures. http://www.clw.csiro.au/publications/science/2007/sr73-07.pdf
Marchant, S., and Bristow, K.L. (2007). Burdekin Field Trip: An Awesome'Dam' Experience.Northern Australia Irrigation Futures Project Report. Townsville: CSIRO Land and Water. http://www.clw.csiro.au/naif/documents/2007/ReportBurdekinDamFieldTrip04-07-07.pdf
Paydar, Z., Cook, F., Xevi, E., and Bristow
Northern Australia Irrigation Futures project (NAIF) - Project Team
www.clw.csiro.au, 26 Dec 2010 [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
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2008 CRC IF Leadership & Excellence Award - presented to Keith Bristow & Jeff Camkin at the 2008 CRC IF Annual Research Forum
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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
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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.
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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.
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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.
Northern Australia Irrigation Futures project (NAIF) - Home
www.clw.csiro.au, 23 Nov 2009 [cached]
Keith Bristow receives prestigious international award
Photo of Dr Keith Bristow Keith Bristow is the first Australian to be awarded the Don and Betty Kirkham Soil Physics Award, the most prestigious international award for outstanding achievements in soil physics and vadose zone hydrology.
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Keith is a Senior Principal Research Scientist with Land and Water, a Program Leader in the Cooperative Research Centre for Irrigation Futures, and an honorary professor at University of Pretoria in South Africa.
Even with the challenges of distances faced by scientists based in smaller regional laboratories, Keith's high personal standing, experience and leadership in the soil, hydrological and environmental sciences is widely recognised nationally and internationally.
Keith is passionate about his science and its application to improve understanding and management of our soil, water, land and ecological systems. He has built on his experience in soil physics and hydrology and worked to integrate science, policy and community interests through strong partnerships with government, industry and other organisations as a foundation for effective delivery of research outcomes.
'It is a privilege and honour to receive this award and to stand amongst past recipients who have made exceptional contributions on the international stage to the fields of soil physics and hydrology, Keith said.
The award, supported by the Lena and Maria Van der Ploeg Fund and the Don and Betty Kirkham Fund, was presented to Keith at the 2009 Soil Science Society of America Awards presentation held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on 4 November.
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