Arris Blog

Paul Thomas

July 23, 2015 / - Bruno Carrocci

Paul has recently completed his research Masters titled ‘Use of Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry in the Assessment of Floristic Change in Central Queensland.’ He has extensive laboratory experience including working for: Queensland Medical Laboratory performing routine endocrine testing of blood samples in their Radioisotopes Laboratory; Australian Laboratory Services testing soil samples in their Soil Acid Sulphate Laboratory; and Central Queensland University running Elemental Analysis (CHNS) and Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry of biological and soil samples for staff members, students and outside clients such as DPI, CSIRO, VicAg and Stanwell Power Station.

Key skills include:

  • Sample collection, preparation and analysis
  • Research planning, technical writing and reporting
  • Experience in general construction and concreting techniques involved in building a sewerage treatment plant