We have undertaken a range of projects with the buttons on the left showing some of our larger ones. Other projects have included:
Ongoing support work for the Western Australian Museum. For over four years, Gaia Resources has been working on-site with the Museum's many sites, including Perth, Welshpool, Fremantle and Kalgoorlie. We manage a wide range of databases, provide a range of strategic advice and services to the Museum and represent the Museum at various meetings around Australia. Piers is also a Research Associate for the Museum.
We have developed a range of applications for the Western Australian Herbarium, as well as worked with a range of their systems. We have provided database support and maintenance for both the the Threatened Flora Seed Centre and also Bruce Maslin for his World Wide Wattle web site. We've delivered harvesting software to work with the Flora of Australia, and an image management application. Further work on the Herbarium systems is planned for 2010.
Capturing disturbance areas from high-resolution satellite imagery for Newcrest Mining for their site at Telfer. This involved image acquisition, updating disturbance areas from the previous year, capturing new areas and the preparation of maps and figures for their Annual Environmental Report. 2010 marks the fifth year Gaia Resources has been involved in this exercise for the Telfer mine site.
Developing a custom web-based bug tracking system for the Australian Museum. This complements their existing collections management system and the reporting requirements for their own organisation.
Development of a bibliographic data capture database based in Microsoft Access for the Department of Conservation and Land Management (CALM) in support of the Pilbara Biological Survey Database.