Company: Office of the Queensland Mine Rehabilitation Commissioner, Department of Environment and Science
Job title: Principal Technical Advisor
Jason Dunlop is a Principal Technical Advisor in the Office of the Queensland Mine Rehabilitation Commissioner within the Department of Environment and Science. This role involves the development of leading practice approaches for mine rehabilitation with a focus on the water management aspects of mine closure. Prior to this, he has coordinated Environmental Impact Assessment and approval processes for major projects and provided technical advice within government on the regulation of surface and groundwater impacts for mining, petroleum, and infrastructure projects. Jason has also led government research programs on water releases from and coal and coal seam gas operations and coordinated a water quality monitoring program to assess nutrient and sediment loads in southeast Queensland. Jason has a PhD in Environmental Toxicology from the University of Queensland and a Masters in Environmental Science from Griffith University.
Rehabilitating mine voids in Queensland to have a sustainable post-mining purpose 2:20 pm
Developing and describing leading approaches for managing mine voids through benchmarking international best practice, modelling long-term water balance and quality, and exploring opportunities for post-mining land uses of voids.Read more
day: 25 April 2022