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Coastal Research and Development Grants

The South Australian Government committed $5.2 million to implement the New life for our coastal environment election commitment, providing $650,000in funding for research and development grants to improve management of our coastal environments.

The Coastal Research and Development Grant Program invited applications for projects that:

  • Examine risks to coastal assets, infrastructure and communities.
  • Support coastal adaptation.
  • Develop innovative approaches to coastal management to sustain assets and the environment.

Congratulations to the recipients ofCoastal Research and Development Grants:

  • $113,885 to the University of Adelaide to evaluate the effects of bushfires on the coast and estuarine systems of Kangaroo Island
  • $74,300 to Flinders University to evaluate local government coastal adaptation planning and practice across South Australia
  • $67,749 to the University of South Australia to study the role of mangrove and saltmarsh systems to manage industrial contamination in the Port Pirie area
  • $61,750 to City of Marion for a coastal monitoring program between Hallett Cove and Marino
  • $55,811 to Flinders University to develop a novel wave observation system for Gulf St Vincent
  • $50,000 to Wattle Range Council for a modelling study of Rivoli Bay
  • $49,200 to City of Onkaparinga for investigating erosion mechanisms along the coastal cliffs in Adelaide’s southern suburbs
  • $37,100 to Birds SA to develop measures for the recovery of the endangered Osprey population in South Australia
  • $30,000 to City of Port Adelaide Enfield to develop a model for coastal adaptation in the Port River environs
  • $30,000 to City of Salisbury to undertake a baseline scoping study of the St Kilda mangroves and boardwalk area to inform future decision-making
  • $26,000 to City of Onkaparinga for the development of a novel approach to community engagement and coastal climate change adaptation decision-making
  • $23,500 to District Council of Robe to conduct a multi-method mapping and vulnerability study of Robe
  • $21,050 to Wattle Range Council for an innovative project to produce a series of web-based coastal process animations for community education
  • $9,985 to Flinders University to conduct shoreline mapping and to monitor hotspots for decision-making in Kingston SE

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