The Centre for Anthropogenic Pollution Impact and Management (CAPIM) is an interdisciplinary research organisation fully owned by the University of Melbourne.
The Centre is dedicated to: the identification of freshwater, estuarine and marine water pollution; the assessment of its ecological impacts; the sourcing of pollutants of concern; and the development of cost-effective monitoring systems. It is the only integrated water pollution, identification and monitoring centre in Australia.
CAPIM’s interdisciplinary team of researchers bring together their knowledge and expertise to:
- Analyse and identify pollutants
- Isolate pollution sources
- Assess the impact of aquatic pollution on ecosystems
- Inform waterway management policies and practices
- Develop cost- effective monitoring systems.
Based on a weight-of-evidence approach, CAPIM’s research informs water management policies and practices to achieve improved waterway health, greater biodiversity, and environmental and industrial sustainability.
WATER POLLUTION MANAGEMENT
From monitoring water quality and aquatic ecosystems to assessing and addressing pollution risks catchment-wide, CAPIM has a sophisticated range of tools and techniques to help you protect and restore the health of waterways.Capabilities
Partners & Clients
From local councils to EPA and the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, CAPIM has an extensive network of clients and partners across the water pollution sector and the ability to pool resources for coordinated action.Clients & Partners
From the Yarra to Antarctica, urban to regional areas, marine to freshwater and estuarine environments, CAPIM has a solid track record of delivering water pollution management solutions that benefit the environment, water agencies and the community.Case Studies
Addressing water pollution requires a combination of research fields, skills and expertise which is reflected in our multidisciplinary team.View people
Our research is articulated around three themes: Aquatic Ecology, Ecotoxicology and Monitoring & Assessment.View themes
Projects for graduate students
We have a range of research projects on offer for postgraduate students.View students projects
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School of Biosciences, The University of Melbourne
Parkville Victoria 3010
Room 136, Biosciences 4 (building 147), The University of Melbourne
Parkville Victoria 3010