Tania completed her Master of Philosophy (Physics) at the University of Queensland after undertaking a Bachelor degree in Science at Massey University, New Zealand.
During her five years at Katestone, she has built on her experience in using and interpreting mathematical models, becoming proficient in the use of TAPM, Calmet/Calpuff, Ausplume and AERMOD. Tania has strong analytical skills and is well-versed in utilising a variety of tools for analysis, including Geographic Information Systems (GIS) applications.
Tania contributes to a wide range of projects at Katestone, from high-level advice and identification of constraints from local planning schemes, to detailed emissions estimation and dispersion modelling studies for Environmental Impact Assessments. Her experience includes assessments for mining and gas processing facilities, aviation, extractive industries, agriculture and residential property development, and she contributes to Katestone’s air quality group as an efficient team member and effective project manager.
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