Last week, Dr Aidan Long (Environmental Scientist) and Kesia Savill (Environmental Scientist) from our Hydrobiology WA office, presented at the Australian Marine Sciences Association (AMSA) WA ‘Marine Snap Chat’ Event, showcasing some interesting new research the WA Team has completed.
Aidan spoke about modelling 5 years of marine water quality data at Koolan Island to accurately quantify causes of water quality variability, and the utility of this baseline dataset for the Buccanneer Archipelago (a region of high conservation importance).
Kesia’s talk was about investigating best practices for the use of SfM photogrammetry in turbid benthic environments, to ensure 3D model outputs can provide accurate data parameters extracted from the models. If you would like to learn more about how we can help you solve issues using water quality monitoring and benthic photogrammetry, get in touch on LinkedIn, Facebook or visit our website at https://hydrobiology.com.
Hydrobiology would like to thank AMSA WA for hosting a great event, and thanks to Mount Gibson Iron and their Team at Koolan Island for their collaboration during the “Water Quality Monitoring Project.”
(Photo: Dr Aidan Long, Environmental Scientist, Hydrobiology WA)