Biosis moves offices in Newcastle due to growth of our team

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The sustained growth of our Newcastle office has resulted in the relocation of the Biosis  office to new premises in Wickham.  Since the acquisition of Ecotone Ecological Consultants in 2014,.. read more

Biosis leads community surveys for the Wadalba Wildlife Corridor

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The corridor, owned by Central Coast Council, is located on the NSW Central Coast.  The corridor is a patch of retained native vegetation and fauna habitat that functions as a.. read more

Biosis Cultural Heritage Information Sessions 2016

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Changes to Victoria’s Cultural Heritage Legislation: Amendments to Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006 and Regulations 2007 Biosis, in partnership with stakeholders, are running information sessions on recent changes to Victoria’s Aboriginal.. read more

Congratulations to Robert Baird.

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Congratulations to our own Robert Baird! Centropus bairdi, a recently discovered Pleistocene-aged, large predatory ground-dwelling cuckoo from southern Australia has been named after our director for his tireless assistance and.. read more

Aboriginal Cultural Heritage: Time to Reflect

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In 2006, the Victorian Parliament passed a major piece of legislation which strengthened protection of Aboriginal cultural heritage and ensured broader compliance with protection measures. The Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Act.. read more

The Horsburgh Drive Grassland

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The 4.4 ha Horsburgh Drive Grassland Reserve in Altona was established to a protect a large population of the critically endangered Golden Sun-moth and the critically endangered Natural Temperate Grassland.. read more

Resource Management with Remotely Sensed Data

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Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) is a survey technique that uses airborne laser scanners to produce highly detailed 3d representations of large areas of land.  LiDAR data can be analysed.. read more

Significant Ground Disturbance – Significant Headache

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It has now been nine years since the passing of the Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006, and eight years since the Aboriginal Heritage Regulations 2007. However, one widely discussed and employed.. read more

Vegetation Offsetting and the use of New Technology in Ecological Investigations

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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

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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