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Wasps: Small, but a significant hazard to aircraft!

Birds and other vertebrates are obvious hazards to aviation at airports. Yet, the threat of invertebrates, like keyhole wasps, is less understood. Brisbane Airport Corporation engaged Ecosure following the discovery of an exotic mud wasp nesting in the pitot tube of an aircraft.

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TMR Environmental Services

The Department and Transport and Main Roads engaged Ecosure to assist the Fitzroy District Environmental and Cultural Heritage team with delivering a substantial program of infrastructure works since 2016. Ecosure

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Calliope River Restoration

The Queensland Government is funding the project in 2017-2018 under DAF1498CQA-3 for the provision of rehabilitation and management of fish habitat in Central Queensland. Key outcomes of the project: 1-

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Mud Wasp
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Wasp Hazards to Aircraft

Amongst the many hazards to aircraft from wildlife, the least well understood is that posed by mud nesting wasps. Ecosure is investigating the ecology and nesting preferences of mud nesting

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Weed Control program for Seqwater

Seqwater owns and manages 65,000 hectares of land that contributes to the management of water in south-east Queensland. Ecosure worked closely with Seqwater to deliver high quality and efficient weed

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Species of Citywide Significance

Identifying, and agreeing upon, species of plants and animals that are important to a city presents significant difficulties particularly if a robust, rigorous and repeatable methodology is required. This was

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