Carrie Gill

Full Member


Carrie is a terrestrial botanist with over ten years’ professional environmental experience having undertaken assessments on behalf of energy and resource, and land development clients, infrastructure providers, and local and state government agencies throughout Western Australia as part of Environmental Impact Assessment. She has experience in the preparation of technical reports and management plans and has strong project management, organisational and administrative skills.

Carrie's key skills include: terrestrial ecology; flora and vegetation assessments; Threatened and other conservation significant flora surveys; taxonomic assessments and flora inventories; vegetation monitoring; wetland assessments; delineation and monitoring; vegetation and wetland rehabilitation monitoring; mangrove health assessments and monitoring; assessment of vegetation conservation significance; vegetation unit and condition mapping; collation of survey data (MS Office Access and Excel®), and multivariate statistical analysis of ecological survey data (Primer v6).

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Terrestrial Flora/Vegetation


BSc (Botany), University of Western Australia