Archive for the 'Newsletter' Category

Vegetation Offsetting and the use of New Technology in Ecological Investigations

Posted on July 30th, 2015 · Posted in Events, news, Newsletter

Nathan Garvey, Senior Consultant Ecologist in our Wollongong office, is presenting a workshop and papers at two important New South Wales conferences in July 2015. Nathan will be running a.. read more

Heritage Information Sessions a Great Success

Posted on July 6th, 2015 · Posted in Events, Newsletter

The Biosis Heritage Team has now completed an intense seminar program across the state of Victoria.  Over 400 people participated in the 12 sessions, with several conducted in Melbourne, and.. read more

Biodiversity Offset Package – NorthConnex – Sydney

Posted on April 28th, 2015 · Posted in Announcements, Case Studies, news, Newsletter

Biosis was commissioned by Lend Lease Bouygues Joint Venture (LLBJV) to prepare a Biodiversity Offset Package for the state significant NorthConnex project.  The NorthConnex project will see the construction of.. read more

Wonderful Winton Wetlands

Posted on November 3rd, 2014 · Posted in Announcements, news, Newsletter

Matt Looby, Senior Ecologist in our Wangaratta office, led several activities at the annual ‘biodiversity campout’ at the Winton Wetlands in north east Victoria.  Over 30 community members were involved.. read more

Wildlife and Roads

Posted on October 28th, 2014 · Posted in Announcements, Case Studies, news, Newsletter, Species & Communities of Interest

In 2010 and 2011, Daniel Gilmore and Sally Koehler from our Melbourne office undertook an intensive mark-recapture study of a Growling Grass Frog Litoria raniformis population at the Aurora residential.. read more

Aboriginal Heritage Act and Regulations review

Posted on October 28th, 2014 · Posted in Announcements, news, Newsletter

The Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006 and the Aboriginal Heritage Regulations 2007 are undergoing a review, with an exposure draft for the 2006 Act currently before parliament.  Whilst it is.. read more

Birds and Wind Turbines

Posted on June 23rd, 2014 · Posted in Case Studies, news, Newsletter

Birds and bats collide with aircraft and road traffic around the world and they also occasionally fly into structures, including tall buildings, lighthouses, communications masts and wind turbines. Whilst birds.. read more

Waterfall General (Garrawarra) Cemetery Conservation Management Plan

Posted on October 14th, 2013 · Posted in news, Newsletter

Wollongong City Council has recently been conducting research into the Waterfall General (Garrawarra) Cemetery, which was used from 1909 to 1949 as a burial site for over 2000 tuberculosis patients.. read more