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Characterisation of NOM in groundwaters

Project Number # 4013D

Thermochemolysis and its application for characterisation of natural organic matter in groundwaters

This project  aims to characterise NOM samples from two sites representative of diverse environments in the Gnangara Mound, a shallow, unconfined aquifer used for supplying the majority of Perth’s northern suburbs with drinking water.


  • Daniel graduated with a Doctor of Philosophy in 2010.

Daniel has been working Kellogg Brown & Root Pty Ltd (KBR) since 2004. KBR are currently executing the engineering design phase for an LNG project based in North West Western Australia. This project is being conducted from their offices Perth and Greenford, London. Daniel, having experience with Australian standards, guidelines and practices, is providing advice on water sourcing, water treatment and water discharge requirements to KBR's London team.