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…

Hydrobiology in New Zealand

Hydrobiology in New Zealand

Hydrobiology was recently in New Zealand with Aerialsmiths Surveying New Zealand to characterize the different River Styles of the Waipā catchment for Waikato Regional Council. This is some of the first of this kind of catchment-scale geomorphic characterization to be undertaken for a local govt in NZ. Understanding river character & behaviour, & respecting river…

Water Quality Guidelines Workshop in Brisbane

The Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Australia (SETAC-AU) has recently hosted a series of Water Quality Guidelines workshops with the support of the Australian Contaminated Land Consultants Association (ACLCA). Key authors of the revised Australian and New Zealand Governments Guidelines for Fresh and Marine Water Quality (ANZG 2018, http://www.waterquality.gov.au/anz-guidelines) presented at the workshops. As…

Renewable Energy Presentation to Bangladesh’s Renewable Energy Development Authority

Hydrobiology’s Dr Andy Markham traveled to Bangladesh with Dr Trang Huynh and Dr Frances Alexander to present the outcomes of the first stage of an Asian Development Bank (ADB) funded renewable energy project to Bangladesh’s Renewable Energy Development Authority (SREDA).  Representatives from the Ministries of Fisheries and Livestock, Power, Energy and Mineral Resources attended the…

Hydrobiology at the latest RBMS Seminar

Hydrobiology’s own Dr Andy Markham, recently delivered a featured presentation at ‘The River Basin Management Society’ (RBMS) Seminar held in Brisbane, which included a range of interesting talks from academia, local governments and industry.  Andy’s insightful presentation covered the recovery of the Rio Doce, following a catastrophic sediment impact and other topics surrounding the geomorphological…

Commencement of Waterbody Risk Profile Project for Logan City Council

Hydrobiology is excited to be working with Logan City Council (LCC) on the ‘Waterbody Risk Profile Project’. The project aims to identify the risk of a waterbody becoming eutrophic and being susceptible to harmful algae blooms, fish kills, bird deaths and human health risks. The multi-criteria eutrophication assessment tool, will be designed using a weight-of-evidence…

Export Awards 2018 Finalists

Hydrobiology is thrilled to be recognised as one of four finalists in the Premier of Queensland’s Export Awards 2018! This recognition from the Queensland Government is on the back of substantial growth in our export sales, particularly the establishment of our Singapore office to better service the Southeast Asian region. We continue to grow and…

Continued Growth

Hydrobiology is happy to announce that we continue to grow across all facets of our business.  The Land and Water Management Group has recently expanded their capacity in the hydraulic and hydrological modelling space, with Dr Robynne Chrystal joining last month.  Robynne has a PhD in engineering specialising in ecohydrology and estuarine hydrodynamics. She has…

Clients of Hydrobiology

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…