Natalie Shaw is a Principal Air Quality Consultant at Katestone with over thirteen years of experience in the field of air quality since graduating from Queensland University of Technology with a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Chemistry in 1998. She completed her Masters of Applied Science in 2005.
Natalie has experience in complex air quality modelling including large scale industrial projects to localised impacts of dust and odours, tall stack dispersion modelling, aircraft safety and complex regional photochemical smog modelling. She has experience in the dispersion models Ausplume, Calmet/Calpuff, TAPM, CAL3QHCR (traffic modelling) and ISC.
Natalie also has experience in detailed photochemical smog modelling in Southeast Queensland and New South Wales using the photochemical model TAPM-CTM and has been involved in peer review and a vast number of air quality assessments for power stations, industrial developments, and in particular quarries and mines throughout Australia.
What do you do at Katestone?
Project Management within the Air Quality Group (go-to person for all things air quality – emissions, modelling, assessments, finding solutions and client liaison).
What inspires you?
Knowing that I am helping others.