C&R now a registered Research Service Provider (RSP)

As many of our clients are industry leaders, we recognise that they are exploring cutting-edge technological developments. Pursuing these avenues of research requires the highest level of expertise and knowledge, and C&R regularly provides a multidisciplinary team of scientists to … Continue reading

Remote field work featured in Aust. Mining Review

C&R were recently featured in the September issue of the Australian Mining Review, highlighting our work for Phosphate Hill Mine. We provide technical services at this remote field site, including groundwater sampling and ecological assessments, and our reports are used in relation … Continue reading

Papers, Papers. Read all about it!

We have been very busy here at C&R with various members publishing and delivering papers all over the world.  Here are a few of our latest publications and presentations: 1. C&R have published a peer-reviewed journal paper titled Teleconnection of atmospheric and … Continue reading

AUGUST 2014: Australian Catchment Classification Study

Our Project – Nationally Significant C&R Consulting Pty Ltd was recently commissioned to undertake a classification study of Australian catchments to group catchments with similar flooding characteristics. This project is a nation-wide catchment regionalisation study with further applications to regional … Continue reading

JUNE 2014: EHP revise guidelines for REMPs

The Department of Environment and Heritage Protection (EHP) recently released a guideline for designing REMPs (receiving environment monitoring programs).  C&R have extensive experience in designing REMPs for mines and we are already familiar with the new guidelines and the changes … Continue reading

APRIL 2014: C&R Profile in Australasian Mine Safety Journal

The depth and breadth of expertise and services available from C&R Consulting were recently showcased in the Australasian Mine Safety Journal. C&R Consulting applies scientific principles to provide solutions to potential environmental issues. The company is based in the seasonally … Continue reading

Land Access Inductions

During 2011 and 2012 C&R were engaged as liaison between a representative of the resource sector and the agricultural industry in parts of Queensland. C&R were advising on access conditions, development stages and compensation. It was recognised that many of … Continue reading

Australiasian Mine Safety Journal Issue #17 – C&R Editorial

Flood Predictions In The Seasonally Arid Tropics In recent years Australia and many other parts of the world have faced extreme and extended adverse weather conditions. These events, coupled with increased industrial, agricultural and urban development on floodplains, have amplified … Continue reading

C&R are turning 10!

As we celebrate our 10th anniversary, C&R want to take this opportunity to thank all of our past and present clients and staff who have supported us and made the last 10 years both successful and enjoyable. Looking back, we … Continue reading

2D Modelling Guidelines for Australia

At the time that the 1987 Edition of Australian Rainfall and Runoff was prepared, the use of one-dimensional hydrodynamic models for assessment of flooding in riverine and urban systems was an emerging area with two dimensional models being computationally impractical … Continue reading