Using Drones for Better Gully and Stream Repairs

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Using Drones for Better Gully and Stream Repairs

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Hosted by the Australasian Chapter of the International Erosion Control Association

Monday, May 23, 2022 at 3:00PM Sydney Time
Sunday, May 22, 2022 at 11:00PM Mountain Time

This presentation will discuss the implementation of refuge gullies in SEQ, and the use of new technologies to facilitate engagement, design, and monitoring of these projects.  Strategies to improve the hydraulic effect of refuge gullies for improved stream flow and real-world maintenance and management of these systems will be discussed

 

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Nat Parker (Director)

Environmental Engineer, RPEQ

Airborn Insight

Nat is an environmental engineer and has engaged with hundreds of landholders, many regional councils and various state government agencies to successfully conduct projects for improved land management.  Nat has technical skills in repairing gullies and streams and has a focus on slowing water in the landscape and introducing large woody debris into waterways.  Nat is also an entrepreneur, founding the small drone business, AirBorn Insight in 2015, with the goal of using drones to further environmental management.

You will receive 1 Professional Development Hour for this webinar. 

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