A New Zealand Geomorphology First!

A New Zealand Geomorphology first! Hydrobiology, together with AerialSmiths Surveying New Zealand and the University of Auckland, have published a River Styles Assessment for the Waikato Regional Council. The report assesses the unique geomorphological character and behaviour found within the Waipā River Catchment and presents a catchment-scale geomorphic sensitivity analysis. Authored by Will Marson, Hydrobiology’s…

International Day of Women and Girls In Science

Happy ‘International Day of Women and Girls in Science’! Hydrobiology is proud to have a 50% female workforce of women from a diversity of backgrounds including Singapore, France, Brazil, Mauritius, Vietnam, Philippines, New Zealand, UK and Australia. We are Ecologists, Geomorphologists, Ecotoxicologists and Environmental Chemists, just to name a few, and have contributed to cutting-edge…

Hydrobiology supports the Western Australian Inland Waters Symposium

Hydrobiology are pleased to support the Western Australian Inland Waters Symposium to be held on the 17th of February in Perth, Western Australia. This event is being organised by the Environmental Consultants Association of Western Australia (ECA-WA), the Australian Water Association (AWA) and the Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand (EIANZ) to focus on…

Geographe Bay Commonwealth Marine Park – Pilot Ocean Accounting Project now published

Hydrobiology is pleased to announce that the Pilot Ocean Accounting Project for Western Australia’s Geographe Marine Park has now been published by the Commonwealth Government’s Department of Agriculture, Water, and the Environment. We were proud to have contributed to this ground-breaking project, spearheaded by IDEEA Group and their colleagues in Parks Australia.  Our role was to provide a comprehensive knowledge review of…

Hydrobiology sponsor FOSS4G, Perth Hub

On November 20th, Hydrobiology joined hubs across the Oceania region (from Perth in the west to Rarotonga in the east) for a special edition of the FOSS4G conference. FOSS4G stands for Free and Open Source for Geospatial, and if you’ve used QGIS, R, GRASS, Python or many of the other open-source applications, chances are some…

At Hydrobiology, sustainability is core to our strategy and integrated into everything we do.

Sustainability in Action

At Hydrobiology, sustainability is core to our strategy and integrated into everything we do. We put health and safety first, we are environmentally responsible, we respect human rights, and we engage with our communities. Hydrobiology recognises and supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDG) through the course of its business activities. As a collective…

Hiring – Aquatic Ecologist

Do you want to work on challenging, thought-provoking and truly interesting projects? An exciting role exists in Brisbane for someone to join our organisation in a mid-senior role. Hydrobiology is one of the world’s leading aquatic professional services companies, delivering iconic projects across the globe. We are respected and trusted to undertake aquatic ecosystem consulting…

Happy World Environment Day 2020!

Hydrobiology has been busy this month conducting field surveys in some of the worlds most remote and beautiful locations. World Environment Day 2020: The foods we eat, the air we breathe, the water we drink and the climate that makes our planet habitable all come from nature. The work we complete ensures our clients follow…

OPPORTUNITY IN DISRUPTION

It goes without saying that COVID-19 (coronavirus) has well and truly disrupted all aspects of our lives. Here at Hydrobiology, our focus firmly remains on two things: keeping our staff healthy and safe across all our operations and the ongoing servicing of our clients’ needs. Despite the current business landscape, we’re passionate about delivering world-class marine and aquatic…