Gaia Resources has been working with the Cooperative Research Centre for Honey Bee Products (CRCHBP) via secondment of our staff to work with the researchers involved in the project. Alex Chapman, one of our Consulting Scientists, works with the team based to deliver a range of research and services, based on his experience in Western Australian floristic taxonomy and with the support of the rest of the Gaia Resources team. Alex is seconded to work with the Program 1 team, to design and develop a spatiotemporal information system to produce an enhanced bee-related floristic vegetation map of the south-west of Western Australia. This work also includes a range of work on data management, spatial data and systems work and will run for over 10 months.
Read more about the project via our blog:
- Researching honey bees, floristics and data management (link)
- Reflections of a Hobbyist Beekeeper, Part One (link)
- Reflections of a Hobbyist Beekeeper, Part Two (link)