Terrestrial Ecology Services

Ecological Assessments and Research

The identification of biodiversity values, and ecological opportunities and constraints are essential in the planning and approval process of most developments. Our team of Ecologists have an intimate knowledge of indigenous flora and fauna species, and ecological communities throughout Australia. They also have highly developed skills and experience with ecological assessments for:

  • Renewable energy projects - wind farms, solar farms, pumped hydro
  • Large infrastructure projects for government - road, rail, pipelines
  • Environmental Effects Statements / Environmental Impact Statements (Queensland office) for State significant projects - gas, oil and mining industries
  • Small to large residential subdivisions and developments  

Our staff have detailed knowledge and practical application of Commonwealth and State Government legislation and environmental policy, with the necessary qualifications, skills and experience to meet the ecological planning and approval requirements of a wide range of projects.

Research and monitoring

Our team is involved in long-term research and monitoring projects for threatened species and ecological communities across a range of ecosystems (See: Terrestrial Ecology Projects). 

Collaboration

We collaborate closely with academic institutions and continue to build our internal literature and resources to provide the latest and relevant information for industries.

Contact

For further information, assistance and advice contact us on 1300 839 325 or enquire@ehpartners.com.au



Capabilities

  • Bird and Bat Utilisation Surveys
  • Detailed Flora and Fauna Assessments and Research
  • Environmental Impact Statements
  • Habitat Assessments
  • Habitat Hectare Assessments and Net Gain Analysis
  • Impact Assessment and Mitigation
  • Population Viability Analysis
  • Species Impact Statements (7-part test)
  • Targeted Significant Flora and Fauna Species Surveys
  • Vegetation Quadrats, Mapping and Modelling
  • Ecological Research and Monitoring


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