Conservation Management Plans
Streamline Research customises aquatic fauna Conservation Management Plans (CMP) to provide clients with innovative solutions which meet Victorian and Commonwealth legislative requirements. Protection of native fish species, particularly those that are threatened and valued aquatic habitat protection are a speciality. We can tailor a CMP specific to your needs whether it be for the preservation of nature reserves, urban and industrial developments, road building or mining projects. See example…
Western Highway, Beaufort to Ararat
A CMP specific to the nationally threatened dwarf galaxias for the construction and operational stages of the Western Highway upgrade. It provides appropriate mitigation measures for the preservation of dwarf galaxias populations and habitat.
Sale Common Watering Infrastructure
To determine whether new regulatory structures for the Sale Common can be operated to provide a suitable wetting/drying regime, without interference with linear wetland habitat being constructed for the dwarf galaxias as part of the South Gippsland Highway upgrade. Consideration of carp screens and fish passage.
Clyde North Precinct Structure Plan
The key issues for the CMP relates to three threatened species listed under the Federal Government EPBC Act, 1999. Growling grass frog, dwarf galaxias and Australian grayling habitat protection, enhancement and creation.
Brompton Lodge Housing Development
The residential development named Brompton Lodge will include housing, roads and open space. It will be unique in being the first land development to construct favourable wetland habitat for the dwarf galaxias and provide a management program for the species. A 10 year monitoring program will ensure future survival of the dwarf galaxias in the area.