Combating Harmful Blooms

Through the Nuisance and Harmful Algae Science-Practice Partnership.

Image of algal blooms in Australian waterways
The Nuisance and Harmful Algae Science-Practice Partnership (NHASP) is a multi-party initiative between the UNSW Water Research Centre, Melbourne Water, and Hunter Water seeking to manage these blooms more effectively by introducing smart surveillance and evidence-based, cost-effective policy and asset design for the benefit of Australia’s metropolitan and regional areas.
  • Evidence-based policy and asset design
    Introducing smart surveillance and cost effective solutions.
  • Delivery of applied research projects in collaboration with the water industry
    Co-developing research to solve real-world problems
  • A multi-party initiative
    Seeking to more effectively manage harmful blooms in Australia's waterways.


Get in touch

To express your interest in hearing about upcoming opportunities, please contact

Dr. Rafael Paulino | UNSW