A Strategic Integrated Digital Ground Model was created for Gold Coast Water including the collection of advanced Aquares geophysics. The model incorporated all available geophysics, geotechnical and environmental data, with the intention of becoming the primary decision and risk management tool across the Authority. This is a key part of an integrated approach to the […]
OEMG provided full project management services including scoping, sourcing of equipment, technical and financial management of a deep water (1200m) environmental baseline study of the coast of Libya. The project involved the collection of sediment, water and physicochemical samples. The project was completed on time and on budget.
Doctor Daniela Ceccarelli provided fish biodiversity expertise to the 2010 field expedition of the Tuvalu Marine Life Project (organised by the NGO Alofa Tuvalu). Duties associated with this project involved logistical planning, carrying out of field surveys, briefing of local communities and government officials, data analysis and the preparation of a detailed technical report. Careful planning, efficient time allocation and daily flexibility allowed for the successful completion of a fish biodiversity assessment at three atolls, taking into account sheltered, exposed and lagoonal reef habitats.