Dr Andrew Biggs is a Senior Soil Scientist with the Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy in Queensland. Andrew has 25 yearsâ€™ experience in soil survey and land evaluation throughout Queensland. His PhD was focussed on catchment scale salt balances in the Queensland Murray-Darling Basin and he has spent many years working in the field of salinity and shallow hydrogeology. Andrew has a strong interest in soil survey data quality and was a key member of the team that developed the Queensland Government soil survey database. He also has a strong focus on the ecological applications of soil data through involvement in a number of projects concerned with flora and fauna distribution. Andrew is a past-president of the Queensland Branch of the Society and has been actively involved in running soil refresher training workshops for the Branch for more than a decade. He is an Honorary Senior Fellow in the School of Agriculture and Food Science at the University of Queensland.
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Pedology, soil classification, soil survey, land-use planning, training/education, salinity, hydrogeology, data management
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PhD, MAgSc, BAgSc
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Department of Environment and Resource Management
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