Utilising Geoscene's skills in geography, natural sciences and landscape ecology, together with those of other specialists, we provide comprehensive NRM and Landscape Restoration planning and design services for natural, rural and urban areas.
While facilitating resource uses for land development, resource extraction and agriculture, we provide analysis and advice to government, private landholders and corporations regarding the most suitable ways to achieve their goals while providing for a resilient and sustainable environment and protecting vulnerable and significant ecological and environmental sites.
We seek solutions that maintain and improve biodiversity and habitat values, enhance environmental services and restore ecological health. We search for adaptive responses to Climate Change. Our work ranges from broadscale regional management planning to local and property level management and restoration plans.
World View - Local Action.
- Moyne Shire Coastal Area Plan
- Moonee Ponds Creek Revival Plan
- Malvern Urban Forest Masterplan
- Kororoit Creek Riparian Restoration Plan
- Boral Quarry Rehabilitation Plan – Maribrynong River
- Tynong Quarry Impact Assessment and Rehabilitation Plan
- Finfish Aquaculture Environmental Assessment in Tasmania
- South Warrnambool Wetlands Concept & Management Plan
- Southern Otway Region Catchment Management Plan & Field Guide
- Callandoon Whole Farm Management Plan: King Parrot Creek Property
- Interim Management Guidelines for the Nullarbor Caves and Karst Features
- Malcolm Creek Redgum Floodplains Protection – Mickleham Grande Estate
- Grow West Landcare Region Future Vision Planning (via University of Melbourne)
- Mornington Peninsula & Westernport Bay Biosphere Reserve Future Vision Planning (via University of Melbourne)
- Yarra River and Merri Creek Landscape and Ecological Assessment: Richmond to Brunswick Powerline Assessment
- Landscape Ecological Principles Applied to Australian Wheatbelt Regions in Response to Species Loss, Habitat Fragmentation and Climate Change (Recent PhD Research by Dr. Dennis Williamson via Deakin University)