This morning, Hydrobiology’s Dr Ross Smith (current SETAC World President) opened the SETAC Asia-Pacific 2018 Conference in Daegu, South Korea. This 3-day international conference brings together scientists, assessors, regulators and managers from government, industry and academia to address the challenges of managing environmental quality in the Asia-Pacific region.
Hydrobiology is not just an environmental consulting company; we also promote healthy lifestyles through our Green Fund saving bank. The Green Fund is a way of banking employees’ environmental actions (walking or riding to work and other sustainable practices) in exchange for a dollar amount that is put towards further environmental causes. That cause, this…Details
Hydrobiology have authored a “how to” document for the Independent Expert Scientific Committee on Coal Seam Gas and Large Coal Mine Development (IESC) on deriving site specific guideline values for physical and chemical parameters in both water and sediment. The Explanatory Note is currently online for public consultation until the 6th of September and we would…Details
Hydrobiology is attending the 9ASM conference in Hobart this week! Ben Pearson presented some of the work and challenges associated with the transformation of Oxley Creek and restoration strategies this morning. Still to come is Marie Bigot’s presentation on the derivation of site-specific water quality guideline values using modelling tools on Wednesday.Details
Hydrobiology has opened its doors in Singapore to provide more local support to our southeast Asia clients. Jacqueline Tham has taken the role of Singapore representative and regional project manager. Working with Andy, Simon and Ross, she is helping to expand our network in the region to provide better, more immediate support to our existing…Details
In collaboration with the Environmental Research Institute of the Supervising Scientist (eriss), Supervising Scientist Branch, Department of the Environment and Energy. Hydrobiology R&D team investigated whether Cu and Ni measured by the Diffusive Gradients in Thin Films (DGT) technique are equivalent to the bioavailable concentration of Cu and Ni that causes toxicity to a local…Details
Hydrobiology is excited to have been recognised as one of Australia’s 200 leading businesses in Westpac’s ‘Businesses of Tomorrow’ awards. In doing so we were able to demonstrate a strong and resilient business model, a focus on product delivery, innovation and differentiation, and a clear vision for future business growth. Congratulations and a big thank…Details
Hydrobiology is pleased to announce the appointment of two new staff members. Michelle Hobbs has joined our Ecology and Biodiversity team as a Professional Scientist and provides valuable experience in ecology, Aboriginal stakeholder engagement, and water quality policy. Jacqueline Tham has joined our Singapore office as a Project Manager and brings significant knowledge of South-East…Details
Hydrobiology was recently commissioned to undertake an aquatic ecology baseline and impact assessment in Central Queensland. The sampling focused on the aquatic biota with sampling methods including the use of an e-fisher, various net types and bait traps to establish the faunal composition of the surveyed waterways and dams. Macroinvertebrates and diatoms were also collected…Details
Hydrobiology have continued their presence in PNG undertaking the first post-wet seasonal survey for the proposed Naoro-Brown Hydropower Scheme. The collected data will inform the environmental impact statement to protect the aquatic ecosystem and fisheries values within the inundation and downstream areas of the proposed dam.