Research data outputs from the Goyder Institute are now securely stored, described and discoverable via Research Data Australia.
Some 12 months ago, the Australian National Data Service (ANDS) and the Goyder Institute for Water Research initiated a program of activities to ensure the data is readily accessible and available to all current and future researchers.
The Goyder Institute “portal” in Research Data Australia has been established with eleven metadata records describing Goyder Institute related research data from G-FLOWS, Torrens Lake Flow Trial 2012/13 and the South East Groundwater Modelling Stage 1 projects now available. These records describe the data held with each of the project team organisations.
As more projects conclude over the next 12 months, further records will be available on the Goyder Institute portal, which can be accessed at http://researchdata.ands.org.au/goyder-institute-for-water-research