Visiting Professor Paul Hardisty is Director of CSIRO Land and Water for Australia’s National Science Agency, the CSIRO. In this role he directs a $100 million a year research portfolio in water resources, land management, biodiversity, urban science, social and economic sciences, climate adaptation and earth observation. His research focuses on the economics of sustainability, environmental strategy, and remediation of contaminated land and groundwater. He is an adjunct Professor at the University of Western Australia and a licensed professional engineer.
et al., 2006, Remediation of the former gasworks, High Wycombe, UK, Land Contamination & Reclamation, Vol:14, ISSN:0967-0513, Pages:241-246
et al., 2006, Assessing the costs and benefits of MGP site remediation, Land Contamination & Reclamation, Vol:14, ISSN:0967-0513, Pages:352-356
et al., 2006, Monitoring of organic and inorganic parameters for a full-scale in situ pulsed air-sparging programme, Land Contamination & Reclamation, Vol:14, ISSN:0967-0513, Pages:329-334
Hardisty PE, Ozdemiroglu E, 2005, The Economics Of Groundwater Remediation And Protection: A Tool for Decision Making, New York, CRC Press, ISBN:9781566706438
Hardisty PE, Ozdemiroglu E, 2005, The economics of remediating NAPLs in fractured aquifers, Proc. NGWA Cost of clean-Up Conference