Daniel completed a Bachelor of Science (Environmental Science) at Griffith University before undertaking an Honours (Plant Science) research year at the University of Queensland.
Since joining Katestone in 2019 he has developed emissions estimation and conducted dispersion modelling studies for a range of industries including mining and gas processing facilities, extractive industries, and industrial facilities. He has also contributed to a number of greenhouse gas assessments.
Daniel is proficient with a range of numerical meteorological and dispersion modelling programs and geographic information systems (GIS). Daniel is interested in air quality monitoring technologies and atmospheric chemistry.