We are delighted to announce that Dr Jarrod Walker has joined Streamlined Environmental as a Marine and Coastal Specialist. Jarrod will be based in Auckland, where he has been deeply involved over the past 10 years with research, management, ...
November 5, 2018Ngaire Phillips
Malcolm Green is currently serving as an independent commissioner on a panel of three convened by Hawke’s Bay Regional Council to decide an application by the Port of Napier for resource consents for expanding the port. The other two commissioners are ...
October 25, 2018Malcolm Green
Streamlined Environmental’s Ecology and Ecotoxicology Specialist Dr Ngaire Phillips has been re-appointed to the EPA’s HSNO Committee for a further 3 years. The HSNO Committee considers applications for hazardous substances, and for new organisms into New Zealand, ...
August 8, 2018Ngaire Phillips
We are delighted to announce that Christopher Dada has been admitted as a Member of the New Zealand Institute of Environmental Health (NZIEH), having satisfied the requirements of a recognised tertiary qualification and relevant work experience in a field related to ...
July 28, 2018Malcolm Green
March 2018, What it will take to fix Kaipara Harbour A new study by a consortium of researchers led by Streamlined Environmental Ltd has shown that the bulk of the sediment depositing each year in Kaipara Harbour is ...
February 22, 2018Malcolm Green
January 2018, Malcolm Green accredited as RMA decision maker Dr Malcolm Green has recently completed MfE’s Making Good Decisions Programme, and is now accredited as an RMA decision maker. Under the Resource Management Act, persons must be ...
January 23, 2018Malcolm Green
November 2017, Streamlined scientist member of team awarded 5-year MBIE funding Dr Mike Stewart (Environmental Chemist) is a key researcher in a 5-year project on “Managing the risk of emerging organic contaminants” (EOCs) recently announced by the MBIE. The ...
December 12, 2017Ngaire Phillips
November 2017, Contaminant load limits and the concept of the “critical point” Malcolm Green presented a talk on contaminant load limits and the “critical point” at the New Zealand Freshwater Sciences Society 2017 Annual Conference held in Hamilton....
December 12, 2017Ngaire Phillips
November 2016, Waves in Estuaries Presentation Malcolm Green gave a public talk on “Waves in Estuaries” at the offices of MetOcean Solutions, Raglan, on Friday November 11. The rise and fall of the tide is the most obvious physical feature ...
November 24, 2016streamlinemaster
September 2016 Waves and Sediment Flocculation In the shallow, largely intertidal estuaries that are typical of New Zealand, wind-lashed, whitecapped waves are important. For instance, they scour intertidal flats of mud that is eroded from the land and ...
September 24, 2016streamlinemaster
Measuring “total” contaminant concentrations doesn’t always tell us about the portion that is actually able to be taken up by an organism (bioavailable). It is this bioavailable portion that is potentially toxic. Contaminant concentrations in aquatic organisms such as shellfish have been widely used as a direct measure of the ...
July 24, 2016streamlinemaster
Putting PRINCE2 into Practice Dr Ngaire Phillips recently gained certification as a PRINCE2 Practitioner. PRINCE2 (an acronym for PRojects IN Controlled Environments) is a world-class international project management method. It is widely used internationally and is increasingly being adopted by government and private organisations throughout ...
June 24, 2016streamlinemaster