wildlife professional Articles

  • Efforts to standardize wildlife toxicity values remain unrealized

    Wildlife toxicity reference values (TRVs) are routinely used during screening level and baseline ecological risk assessments (ERAs). Risk assessment professionals often adopt TRVs from published sources to expedite risk analyses. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) developed Ecological Soil Screening Levels (Eco‐SSLs) to provide a source of TRVs that would improve ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Getting the best ever animal control services in Etobicoke

    Acquaintance with animals is common in Etobicoke. Nature has created lots of animals to retain the environment active around and that we shall enjoy an interactive atmosphere. Wildlife likes squirrel, raccoons, skunk, beehiveand birds have their importance in the world. We like to enjoy their cooing, chirping and cute activities around us, but unable to have them with us under a single shelter. ...


    By TarzanWildlifeControl

  • From the American prairie, a conservation success story

    From rhinos to #CecilTheLion, we live in a world where stories of species loss and ...


    By Ensia

  • Opinion: Making Space for Nature

    MAKING SPACE FOR NATURE In September 2009, the then Secretary of State in the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Hilary Benn, asked me to chair a review of England's wildlife and ecological network. Across England large areas of land are protected under environmental and landscape designations. Both within these designations and outside them the Government, the voluntary ...


  • Safeguarding the provision of ecosystem services in catchment systems

    A narrow technocentric focus on a few favoured ecosystem services (generally provisioning services) has led to ecosystem degradation globally, including catchment systems and their capacities to support human wellbeing. Increasing recognition of the multiple benefits provided by ecosystems is slowly being translated into policy and some areas of practice, though there remains a significant ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Linkage of Conservation Activity to Trends in the U.S. Economy

    Abstract: As an economy grows, natural capital such as timber, soil, and water is reallocated to the human economy. This conflict between economic growth and biodiversity conservation creates a conundrum for conservation biologists because traditional forms of conservation action require money. We hypothesize that conservation spending in the United States is highly ...


  • 8 Years is enough! RPI Group & BOS 100 Tackle PCE problem in Bedrock—Something Finally Worked!

    The Problem: In 2005, a phase I/phase II investigation revealed considerable (as much as 86 ppm in groundwater) PCE contamination at a retail dry cleaning operation. That news was bad enough, but the site sits on karst (clay over limestone bedrock), which meant that drilling, sampling, and installation of any kind of mechanical system or injecting remedial amendments would be a nightmare. ...

  • Journal AWWA examines lessons of Flint

    The crisis in Flint, Mich., has far-reaching implications for water utilities across the United States, according to two articles published in the July 2016 Journal - American Water Works Association. Although the current health crisis is focused largely on Flint, lead service lines exist in communities across North America. In the article, “The Flint Crisis,” former Journal AWWA ...

  • When going green saves money, water, the soil, and plant life

    In the current economy, finding solutions to cut water consumption while reducing the expense of fertilizer has caught the interest of the agricultural industry, lawn care professionals, homeowners and gardeners across the country. Even though the rising cost of water garners little attention in the news, water prices have doubled and tripled in many parts of the nation. In the end, that steady ...


  • Mapping of freshwater aquifers by GeoView case study

    Big Pine Key, Florida The Nature Conservancy is studying the physical and biological changes that will occur on small oceanic islands as a result of sea level rise. Big Pine Key, Florida is one of the primary areas of investigation because of extensive previous work on the key and because a large portion of the island is a National Wildlife Refuge. As part of the investigation, GeoView ...


    By GeoView, Inc.

  • WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff Introduces Science-Based

    WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff, a global engineering and professional services organization, has released a guide introducing the science-based approach for setting greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction targets. The new guide is a primer on setting GHG targets that are informed by climate science. It is intended to help ...


    By WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff

  • Ecoprocess Sequencing Batch Reactor (SBR) - Waste Management, QC, Canada

    Customer: Waste Management, QC, Canada Waste Management, Inc. is the leading provider of comprehensive waste and environmental services in North America. The company is strongly committed to a foundation of financial strength, operating excellence and professionalism. Waste Management currently operates ten full-scale waste treatment landfill projects in the U.S. and Canada. ...


    By Premier Tech Aqua

  • Mapping of freshwater aquifers case study

    Big Pine Key, Florida The Nature Conservancy is coordinating investigations to document the physical and biological changes that will occur on small oceanic islands as a result of sea level rise. Big Pine Key, FL is one of the primary areas of investigation because of extensive previous work and that a large portion of the island is a National Wildlife Refuge and therefore not subject to ...


    By GeoView, Inc.

  • Pump it up

    Aligning itself with a major equipment supplier and dealer helps the company access the tools and expertise it needs without risking too much capital. Aquatech is the distributor for Godwin Pumps of America in Ontario, Nunavut, Newfoundland and Eastern Labrador, all resource-rich territories. A recent purchase of Godwin by ITT Corporation has expanded the lineup of mine sector pumps. The company ...


    By Aquatech Dewatering Company

  • The Importance of Local Knowledge When Preparing an Oil Spill Response Plan

    What to Know About New OSRP Regulations What is an OSRP? Comprehensive Oil Spill Response Plans (OSRPs) have been required for many years for containers with a capacity of 42,000 gallons or more. The goal of these comprehensive ...


    By Antea Group - USA

  • A Spill on Tradition - How Lubicon Lake Nation is coping with disaster

    Resource development often conflicts with traditional land use and can be a source of frustration for many Aboriginal communities focused on protecting their traditional territories. In areas where oil and gas development is taking place, oil spills are not uncommon and many companies struggle to find local capacity to assist them in establishing both preventative and reactive planning to ensure ...


    By ECO Canada

  • Briefing paper: accelerating action to Save Peat for Less Heat!

    Emissions from drained and degrading peatlands (organic soils) amount to almost double the amount of CO2 emissions from aviation1, even when skyrocketing emissions from peat fires are not included. This briefing paper shows where the most urgent action is needed and presents a roadmap and policy recommendations for accelerating action. Peatlands cover only 3% of the global land surface. Some 15% ...


    By Wetlands International

  • Endocrine Disruptors

    Overview: Substances that mimic, influence, or interfere with the body's endocrine system at certain doses, and produce potentially adverse developmental, reproductive, neurological, and/or immune effects in both humans and wildlife, are called endocrine disruptors. These substances can be naturally-occurring or man-made. Endocrine issues have long been the subject of intense ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • No Fishing and Hunting for MSDSs at Cabela`s When 3E Provides the Gear

    Background Cabela's is the world’s foremost outfitter of hunting, fishing and outdoor gear.  Cabela's retail division operates a chain of innovative and popular stores throughout the U.S. As much wildlife museums and education centers as retail stores, Cabela's showrooms provide a truly unique shopping experience. ...


    By 3E Company

  • ORGANICS DIVERSION - WITH COMPOST MARKETS IN MIND

    Untitled Document California Integrated Waste Management Board collaborates with local agencies, universities and the composting community to increase demand for quality compost. ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

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