From welfare to work, or work to welfare: will reform of the Community Development Employment Program help close the employment gap?




НазваниеFrom welfare to work, or work to welfare: will reform of the Community Development Employment Program help close the employment gap?
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Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

Plankton that form tiny calcium carbonate shells will be cultured to determine how they will respond to acidification of the Southern Ocean caused by rising CO2 in the atmosphere. The same experiments will be used to gauge from their fossil shells how the Southern Ocean has caused and responded to changing atmosphere CO2 over the last glacial climate cycle

DP110100108

Dr Michael J Ellwood, Dr Stephen M Eggins, Prof Philip W Boyd, Dr Christel S Hassler, Dr Sylvia G Sander

Approved

Project Title

Iron sources and cycling in the Tasman Sea

2011

$100,000.00

2012

$90,000.00

2013

$90,000.00

Primary FoR

0405

OCEANOGRAPHY

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

Determining factors that influence the health and vitality of coastal and open ocean regions is crucial to maintaining marine biodiversity and the Earth's climatic balance. This research project will determine the role iron plays in influencing phytoplankton growth, which ultimately regulates the drawdown of carbon dioxide by the oceans.

DP110104439

Dr Heather A Evans, Dr Brienna G Perelli Harris

Approved

Project Title

Childbearing within cohabiting unions in Australia: trends, explanations and comparison

2011

$22,070.00

2012

$50,560.00

2013

$35,801.00

Primary FoR

1603

DEMOGRAPHY

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

This project will explore the trends and determinants of childbearing within cohabitation in Australia. The project will contribute to our understanding of modern family dynamics and change. By comparison with other countries we will learn more about the policy settings that assist and support couples to realise their family formation plans.

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Summary of Successful Discovery   Projects Proposals for Funding to Commence in 2011 by State and Organisation

DP110105019

Dr Heather A Evans, Dr Edith E Gray

Approved

Project Title

Hidden relationships: living apart together in Australia

2011

$80,000.00

2012

$50,000.00

2013

$50,000.00

Primary FoR

1603

DEMOGRAPHY

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

Australians who are in a relationship but do not live together pose a challenge to social surveys and scholarship, which qualify people as cohabiting, married or single. The project study how many Australians 'live apart together', and why, to produce a better understanding of the complex and dynamic factors behind modern Australian relationships.

DP110100307

Prof Nicholas D Evans, Dr I Wayan Arka, Prof Jeff Siegel

Approved

Project Title

The languages of Southern New Guinea

2011

$110,000.00

2012

$110,000.00

2013

$105,000.00

2014

$45,000.00

2015

$35,000.00

Primary FoR

2004

LINGUISTICS

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

This project will investigate, analyse and record the barely known languages of Southern New Guinea, stretching across Papua New Guinea and Indonesia just kilometres from Australia's borders. It will produce grammatical descriptions for ten of the thirty languages of the area, plus a comparative database and handbook of the languages of this strategic region.

DP110105376

Prof Graham D Farquhar, Dr Michael L Roderick

Approved

Project Title

Tree water use, bushfires, and the implications for urban and rural water supplies

2011

$115,000.00

2012

$115,000.00

2013

$110,000.00

Primary FoR

0607

PLANT BIOLOGY

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

After bushfires, regrowing trees in catchments may use water much faster than before the fire. This project will develop simple tests for whether this is the case for a particular area of forest, and why, and how such effects can be incorporated in planning for rural and urban water supplies.

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Summary of Successful Discovery   Projects Proposals for Funding to Commence in 2011 by State and Organisation

DP110103029

Dr Thomas H Ford

Approved

Project Title

Nineteenth Century climate change: atmosphere, culture and romanticism

2011

$92,000.00

2012

$85,000.00

2013

$81,846.00

Primary FoR

2005

LITERARY STUDIES

APD

Dr Thomas H Ford

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

To understand and adapt to climate change, we need to understand its cultural history. Nineteenth century Britain witnessed a crucial episode in this history, when air became central to art and science, and culture was reconceived as climatic. This new link between culture and climate allowed social changes to be seen as having climatic effects.

DP110102440

Dr Miranda R Forsyth

Approved

Project Title

Intellectual Property requirements in Free Trade agreements: implications for development in Pacific Island Countries

2011

$95,000.00

2012

$100,000.00

2013

$90,000.00

Primary FoR

1801

LAW

APD

Dr Miranda R Forsyth

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

This project investigates ways in which intellectual property laws can be used to promote development in the Pacific Island Countries. It will inform and support Australia's trade negotiations with the region in the context of Pacific Agreement on Closer Economic Relations (PACER) Plus.

DP110101161

Dr Michael K Gagan, Dr Nerilie J Abram, Prof Wahyoe S Hantoro, Dr Danny H Natawidjaja, Prof Chuan Chou Shen, Prof Kerry Sieh, Prof Lawrence Edwards, Dr Hai Cheng, Dr Gavin A Schmidt

Approved

Project Title

Climate and natural hazards in Australasia: a comprehensive impact analysis of prehistoric droughts, great earthquakes, and the Toba super eruption

2011

$180,000.00

2012

$180,000.00

2013

$200,000.00

2014

$150,000.00

2015

$125,000.00

Primary FoR

0406

PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY AND ENVIRONMENTAL GEOSCIENCE

QEII

Dr Nerilie J Abram

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

Climate change, great earthquakes, and volcanic disasters pose untold risks for environmental, economic, and social harm in rapidly developing Australasia. This project's ground breaking natural hazard risk analysis will showcase Australasia's research strengths and provide fundamental knowledge for visionary leadership in sustainable development.

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Summary of Successful Discovery   Projects Proposals for Funding to Commence in 2011 by State and Organisation

DP110103425

A/Prof Debjani Ganguly, A/Prof Vilashini Cooppan

Approved

Project Title

The world novel, distant suffering and humanitarian sensibility after 1989

2011

$25,000.00

2012

$28,000.00

2013

$30,000.00

Primary FoR

2005

LITERARY STUDIES

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

As war and terror flicker across our televisions, writers like Rushdie, McEwan and Hosseini have turned the novel into a global form, expressing a new humanitarian ethic. This project explores the makings of these World Novels across sites of ongoing global conflict, and traces their plea for sympathy back to the novel's beginnings, in the eighteenth century.

DP110103767

Prof Tamás (Tom) D Gedeon, Dr Roland Goecke, Dr Balapuwaduge S Mendis

Approved

Project Title

Extending fuzzy logic

2011

$80,000.00

2012

$80,000.00

2013

$80,000.00

Primary FoR

0801

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND IMAGE PROCESSING

Administering Organisation

Project Summary

The Australian National University

Fuzzy logic is good for dealing with uncertain data somewhat like people do, and this technique has been used in train braking systems, computer animation etc, but can be slow for problems with large or complex data especially if the data are changing with time. The project will design efficient fuzzy logic algorithms capable of dealing with complex real world problems.

DP110100175

Prof Robert E Goodin, Dr Christian H Barry, Dr Gerhard E Overland, A/Prof Lea Ypi

Approved

Project Title

Benefiting from injustice

2011

$100,000.00

2012

$109,000.00

2013

$100,000.00

Primary FoR

2201

APPLIED ETHICS

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