Great Barrier Reef Legacy – Greenfund Charity Donation

Hydrobiology is proud to announce that our Greenfund is continuing to raise money for a variety of good causes.  Our latest donation was to Great Barrier Reef Legacy, joining their Small Business Champion program.  The GBR Legacy is a charity providing access and support for science on the reef by operating the reef’s only independent research vessel…

Sydney aquatic ecology survey

Hydrobiology has been undertaking a number of recent NSW projects. One such project was a recent aquatic ecology survey in Sydney undertaken by Justin and Marie from the Queensland office. Surface water, sediment and biota samples were collected to assess the health of the waterway. A range of sampling techniques were used, including fyke nets,…

New Panel Positions

Hydrobiology is happy to announce that we have recently been accepted on to a number of panels.  This includes LocalBuy, which provides us access to a number of local councils in Queensland, and the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads.  This brings the number of panels that we are on to more than 20, and…

West Africa Ports Projects

We have recently been enjoying getting back into the West African Mining scene by reviewing and updating our ESIA contributions for a port facility in the Republic of Congo. We did a substantial amount of work for the original ESIA, both in the coastal and inland areas back in 2011 and 2012. Project changes have…

Science Meets Business 2017

Trang from Hydrobiology attended the Science Meets Business 2017 (SmB2017) as SETAC AU representative. SmB2017 is an annual event of Science and Technology Australia where business sectors including national and international corporates, entrepreneurs, and venture capitalists together with Australian pioneers in research; commercialisation and scientists discuss how to translate and apply their knowledge and experiences. The…

2017 Pre-wet REMP Sampling in the Fitzroy Basin

Hydrobiology’s Ecology and Biodiversity Management team have recently completed several receiving environment monitoring program (REMP) surveys across the Fitzroy Basin. There have been strong rainfalls throughout the region over the past two months, and many sites that have often been dry are now flowing. Hydrobiology have critically sampled and assessed aquatic habitat, stream flow, surface…