Landscape and Soils Assessments

Woodlots and Wetlands key staff qualifications include

  • Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control
  • Certified Practising Soil Scientist (Stage 3 Leading professional)

Indicative projects include:

  • Soil capability studies associated with changing landuses in the Cairns, Townsville, Rockhampton, Granite Belt and Darling Downs regions of Queensland.
  • Development of soils and water management systems associated with land management issues for the shires of Scone, Merriwa, Dungog, Lismore, Coffs Harbour, Lithgow, Marulan, Goulburn, Great Lakes, Yass and Bathurst in NSW.
Woodlots & Wetlands assessing this site for development

 

  • Assessment and remediation of erosion impacts from road construction in steep sandstone conditions in NSW
  • Stabilisation of abandoned coal mines in the Burragorang Valley, NSW.
  • Assessment of slope stabilisation requirements for quarries on the South Coast of NSW
  • Assessment of rehabilitation requirements for an abandoned silver mine in central NSW
  • Assessment of Copper refinery wastewater impacts on sustainability of long term irrigation.
  • Urban Capability Assessment of the soils on the ADI site at St Marys, NSW.
Urban development in Northern Australia requires strategies to manage erosive soils in high rainfall areas.
  • Assessment of landfill leachate for irrigation onto different soils at Lucas Heights.
  • Assessment and development of remediation strategy for landfill soils at Chipping Norton Lakes
  • Vegetation and soils management on rehabilitating mine sites in the Hunter Valley.
  • Assessment of soils for rehabilitation of decommissioned STP sites in the Blue Mountains.
  • Assessment of the impact of Blue Mountains City Waste Management Facility on downstream water, soil and vegetation.
  • Development of Environment Management Plans for landfill sites.

 

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