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Environmental Conservation services for Environmental Management

  • Research and Monitoring

    Research and monitoring play an important role in the development and implementation of successful restoration projects. Creative Habitat conducts research on plants and animals, such as turtle habitat analysis (pictured at left) or grassland bird habitat requirements. Monitoring the species composition, growth rate, and changes over time, along ...

    By Creative Habitat Corp. based in White Plains, NEW YORK (USA).

  • Endangered Species Assessments

    ManateesFederal and State regulations strive to protect our nation’s natural resources. This also includes protecting endangered and threatened species.

    By P.E. LaMoreaux & Associates, Inc. (PELA) based in TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA (USA). from Endangered Species Assessments Service line

  • Contigency Planning

    Representing the public's interest, Cook Inlet RCAC works with state agencies and industry during plan review to reinforce their importance to protecting Cook Inlet's productive waters. A thorough review of these plans is especially important to the Inlet’s health, since the State of Alaska lengthened the effective period for contingency ...

    By Cook Inlet RCAC based in Kenai, ARKANSAS (USA).

  • Oceans and Coasts Protecting

    We call it the 'Blue Planet' for a reason: Oceans cover more than 70 percent of the globe.From our oceans, we get fish to eat, clean air to breathe, as yet undiscovered medicines to treat disease and new places to harness energy. Whether we live near the coast, or far inland, the oceans make our lives better.

    By The Nature Conservancy based in Arlington, VIRGINIA (USA).

  • Marine Conservation Volunteering

    Despite covering over 70% of our planet, only 0.6% of the world oceans are protected. Humans are damaging the world’s fragile marine ecosystems and the species they support at an alarming rate. Fishing practices are unsustainable, with stocks of our fished species expected to collapse before 2050. Billions of unwanted fish and other animals ...

    By Frontier based in London, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Community Development Abroad

    A volunteering experience that will provide a chance to learn new skills from a range of varied and rewarding projects is community development work. These projects can range from teaching abroad, environmental conservation, and construction work, giving volunteers the opportunity experience a variety of volunteer work and have a lasting positive ...

    By Frontier based in London, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Compliance Archeology

    Cultural resource investigations for federally licensed or funded projects are generally required by Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, while cultural resource investigations for other types of development projects are typically required under state and local counterpart regulations. The Ottery Group provides a range of ...

    By The Ottery Group, Inc. based in Olney, MARYLAND (USA).

  • Campaign Services

    The Trust for Public Land, working with its lobbying and campaign affiliate known as The Trust for Public Land Action Fund assists community leaders and citizen groups with campaigns to win voter approval of ballot measures for parks and land conservation. We maintain a strong track record in campaigns of any scale, from volunteer ...

    By The Trust for Public Land based in San Francisco, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Campaign Services Service line

  • Site Screening Service

    During the site selection process, let us help you steer clear of possible problems. We can provide radius searches of any size. Maps include: Wilderness Areas, Wildlife Preserves, Endangered Species, Historical Sites, Indian Religious Sites, Federal Lands, Wetlands, Floodplains, 24-Hour Site Selection Screen.

    By Phase One Inc. based in Laguna Hills, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • NEPA Permitting Services

    Standard Procedure: The requirements to complete NEPA Reports for wireless towers can be very complex and often vary widely from state to state. Trileaf's standard procedure is to complete the required site visit and send agency letters within 15 business days of receiving a site. Trileaf performs preliminary research on the endangered species, ...

    By Trileaf Corporation based in St. Louis, MISSOURI (USA). from NEPA Permitting Services Service line

  • Electric Transmission Services

    Hundreds of Miles of Electric Transmission Experience: ESS has been the lead environmental consultant for more than 700 miles of electric transmission systems. We understand the physical equipment and technology involved in transmission project development and the implications for permitting. Our Energy Team participates in state and regional ...

    By ESS Group, Inc. based in East Providence, MASSACHUSETTS (USA). from Electric Transmission Services Service line

  • Environmental Consulting for Hydroelectric Projects Services

    Hamer Environmental staff is experienced conducting a variety of field studies designed to address specific questions regarding project impacts. Our experience includes habitat modeling, impact assessments, designing empirical studies, development of protection, mitigation and enhancement plans, and threatened and endangered species surveys. Our ...

    By Hamer Environmental L.P. based in Mount Vernon, WA, WASHINGTON (USA).

  • Environmental Conservation Services

    Medical/biological waste (on-site sterilization and destruction). HIPAA documents - on-site destruction.

    By H2O Applied Technologies based in Boston, MASSACHUSETTS (USA). from Environmental Conservation Services Service line

  • Professional Services

    All our tools and services are customizable to meet your requirements, so do not hesitate to contact us if you have any needs for tailored software solutions in surveys and mapping for environmental/natural issues or characteristics.

    By SCATMAN Ltd. based in Oulu, FINLAND.

  • Environmental Conservation

    ERT engineers and scientists perform environmental conservation projects for both public and private sector clients through an experienced staff of engineers, ecologists, biologists, archaeologists, environmental scientists, regulatory specialists, GIS specialists, and community relations specialists. These experts recognize, understand, forecast, ...

    By Earth Resources Technology, Inc. (ERT) based in Laurel, MARYLAND (USA). from Environmental Conservation Service line

  • Natural Sciences Services

    Baseline inventory for conservation lands.Habitat assessments for endangered species.Endangered species assessment/management. Inventory and analysis of natural systems

    By Carolina Wetland Services Inc based in Charlotte, NORTH CAROLINA (USA).

  • SCB Peer Review Services

    The mission of the Society for Conservation Biology (SCB) is 'to advance the science and practice of conserving the Earth's biological diversity.' SCB represents the most prestigious organization of conservation biologists worldwide and has published an internationally recognized technical journal, Conservation Biology since 1987. ...

    By Society for Conservation Biology (SCB) based in Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (USA).

  • Seashore Guides and Leaflet Production

    A vital part of marine conservation is education, especially for young people. Marine EcoSol has been commissioned to formulate seashore guides aimed at children and photographic identification guides for the wider community on beaches around Blyth. These guides form an integral part of educating the community on how to best protect the seashore, ...

    By Marine Ecological Solutions based in Isle of Anglesey, UNITED KINGDOM. from Seashore Guides and Leaflet Production Service line

  • Biological Assessments

    Passage of the Endangered Species Act of 1973 (Public Law 93-205) required that any federally authorized project not jeopardize the continued existence of any federally listed threatened or endangered plant or animal species or result in the destruction of essential habitat of such species. Many states have adopted similar laws protecting unique ...

    By The Ottery Group, Inc. based in Olney, MARYLAND (USA).

  • Habitats Directive Advice & Appropriate Assessment

    Two European Directives; the 1979 Wild Birds Directive and the 1992 Habitats Directive have resulted in the designation of a number of Special Protection Areas (SPAs) and Special Areas of Conservation (SACs) which are designed to protect species and habitats which are threatened in a European context. In the UK these designations are subject to ...

    By Ecological Planning & Research Ltd. (EPR) based in Winchester, UNITED KINGDOM.

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