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Bioscope Environmental is pleased to announce that we have been acquired by CDM Smith! As of November 11, 2019, we assumed the CDM Smith name and relocated to the current CDM Smith Perth office joining more than 5,000 employees in 125 offices worldwide.

Yesterday, Sonia and the Bioscope team were proud to donate books to the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety Library and to Kulbardi House at Murdoch University.
@DMIRS_WA @MurdochUni

Bioscope is excited to announce that Mr Ian Mitchell (Manager, Abandoned Mines Program, DMIRS) and Mr Carl Bagnall (Manager, Closure Planning, BHP) are joining the panel discussion during the Reimagine. Repurpose. Relinquish. Workshop at the ACG Mine Closure Conference 2019!

ACG Mine Closure Conference 2019 is now only two weeks away. Here at Bioscope we are excited for the Reimagine. Repurpose. Relinquish. Workshop (September 1) facilitated by our very own Sonia Finucane. Limited places remaining, so enrol now or miss out on this exciting event!

We are pleased to announce the following distinguished scientists as RSWA Medal winners for 2018:
Emeritus Professor David Blair & Emeritus Professor Barbara York Main


#RSWA #RoyalSocWA #RSWASymposium2018 #RSWA_Science

Though not as colourful as other cockatoos, Carnaby’s Black-Cockatoos have loads of charisma. Their evocative calls demand your attention, and you can’t look away from a flock of them flapping slowly across the sky.

With things slowly becoming busier it's a good time to take a moment (or day or two) to discuss flora and vegetation surveys in WA. Come join us in a fortnight! #Botany #vegetation #EIA #mining #Perth #WesternAustralia

What is impact assessment? #IAIA members explain what it is and why it is important in this brief video.

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