Our Subject Matter Experts

As an environmental technology company, the majority of our team are highly-qualified software engineers, spatial analysts or well-experienced project managers. However, we also have a number of specialist Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) in-house, giving us the benefit of understanding domain-specific terminology, standards, processes, procedures and softwares.

Alex recently compiled a list of references from the publications record of four of our SMEs, and it makes for interesting reading! From Mieke’s papers describing new fish parasites and subterranean pseudoscorpions, to Meg’s TED-x presentations on digital preservation in music archives. From Kehan’s taxonomic work compiling codified morphological descriptions of the grasses of the world, to Alex’s book cataloguing all of Western Australia’s vascular flora.

Blind centipedes of the genus Cormocephalus from subterranean habitats in WA

Blind centipedes of the genus Cormocephalus from subterranean habitats in WA
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Saving digital knowledge from technology obsolescence. TEDxPerth.

Saving digital knowledge from technology obsolescence. TEDxPerth
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Grass Base—The online world grass flora. RBG Kew.

Grass Base—The online world grass flora. RBG Kew
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The Western Australian flora: a descriptive catalogue.

The Western Australian Flora: a descriptive catalogue
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Such a wealth of expertise and experience, particularly in the Archives and Collections domains, makes our enterprise robust, agile and responsive. We hope to add more staff publications regularly so that, along with our Blog and Project posts, you can see the depth of expertise across our organisation.

If you’d like to know more about Gaia Resources specialist skill sets, then please feel free leave a comment below, connect with us on TwitterLinkedIn or Facebook, or email me directly via alex.chapman@gaiaresources.com.au.

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