ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

"Providing objective science-based environmental consulting and interpretation for effective management of aquatic and coastal marine ecosystems"

UNDERWATER ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

Southern Divers offer a range of Underwater Environmental Services performed by a team of highly qualified and experienced commercial diving professionals. We take a great deal of care and pride in every project we carry out and share our clients' interest in ensuring that their projects are completed effectively and in a timely manner.

ECOLOGICAL MONITORING

An Environmental Sciences Team with extensive experience in Ecological Monitoring and other environmental services using the latest technology..

UNDERWATER VIDEO SURVEYS

A professional team of experts at conducting Underwater Environmental Surveys and the use of modern equipment, extracting data and analysis reporting..

GIS BASED BATHYMETRY & HABITAT MAPPING

Southern Divers have extensive experience in Habitat Mapping and seabed surveys using sensed acoustic technolegy, ROV's as well as mapping diving..

SCIENTIFIC DIVING

Qualified scientist divers with superior knowledge and experience working in construction projects that rely on collecting and analysing scientific data..

INVASIVE PEST SURVEYS

Our team of scietific divers have the qualifications, skill and knowledge to identify, analyse and report on Invasive Pest distribution and control..

WATER QUALITY & SEDIMENT ANALYSIS

Scientific based Sediment testing by experienced and knowledgable scientists with expertise in water quality assessment and control solutions..

ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT

As a field of expertise, we are able to manage and oversee the implementation of marine projects inline with Environmental Requirements..

UNDERWATER ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS

Southern Divers provide a range of Underwater and Diving Services for Environmental Applications. We employ a team of qualified scientific divers with experience in Environmental Solutions. We provide Underwater Environmental Solutions to varying clients requiring environmental surveys, project management, habitat mapping and a range of other services.
You can explore the range of Commercial Diving Services provided by Southern Divers by request a complete Capabilities Statement via our website. Clients are encouraged to complete the 'Request Form' on this and we will forward required information by email within one business day.






RELEVANT REFERENCE LIST

  • Zavalas, R., Pritchard, K. and O’Donnell. (2015). Six Year Post Construction Survey of Deep Reef Habitat at the Entrance of Port Phillip Bay. Report to Port of Melbourne Corporation. Professional Marine Science Services in collaboration with Cardno Ecology Lab. Report no. PMSS-0136. Melbourne.
  • Zavalas, R., Ierodiaconou, D., Ryan, D., Rattray, A. and Monk, J., 2014. Habitat classification of temperate marine macroalgal communities using bathymetric LiDAR.Remote Sensing, 6(3), pp.2154-2175.
  • Edmunds, M.,Stewart, K., Pritchard, K., Cutajar, J., Zavalas, R., Sheedy, B., Ong, J., Kerrigan, J. and Lewis, Z. (2009). Port Phillip Bay Channel Deepening Project. Deep Reef Impact and Recovery Assessment. Report to Port of Melbourne Corporation.Australian Marine Ecology Report 410. Melbourne.
  • Edmunds M, Stewart K, Prichard K and Zavalas R (2011) Victorian subtidal reef monitoring program: reef biota within the Twofold Shelf Bioregion. Parks Victoria Technical Series No. 68.Parks Victoria, Melbourne.
  • Prichard K, M. McArthur and Edmunds M. (2012) Victorian subtidal reef monitoring program: reef biota at Eagle Rock MS. Parks Victoria Technical Series No. 72. Parks Victoria, Melbourne.
  • K Pritchard, M Edmunds, K. Stewart, S. Davis, L. Dickens and D. Donnelly (2011) Victorian subtidal reef monitoring program: Central Victoria Marine Protected Areas. Parks Victoria Technical Series No. 70.Parks Victoria, Melbourne.
  • Edmunds, M., Stewart, K., Pritchard, K., and Zavalas, R. (2010) Victorian Intertidal Reef Monitoring Program: The reef biota of central Victoria’s marine protected areas. Volume 3. Parks Victoria Technical Series No.61.Parks Victoria, Melbourne.
  • M. Edmunds, K. Stewart and Prichard K (2010) Victorian Subtidal Reef Monitoring Program: The reef biota at Port Phillip Heads Marine National Park Volume 4No. 72. Parks Victoria, Melbourne.
  • Zavalas R. (2010) Waterloo Bay Wilsons Promontory Marine National Park. GIS Ground Truthing for Lidar Bathymetry Survey.Report to Parks Victoria. Australian Marine Ecology Report 425, Melbourne.
  • Carnell, P., Ewers, C., Rochelmeyer, E., Zavalas, R., Hawke, B., Ierodiaconou, D., Sanderman, J. and Macreadie, P., (2015). The Distribution and Abundance of ‘Blue Carbon’within Port Phillip and Westernport. Deakin University, Melbourne.