natural resource services in Oregon

  • Natural Resource Services

    Aquatic, fisheries, and marine biological surveys. Biological evaluations and endangered species consultations. Baywide planning. Computer modeling. Ecological risk and injury assessments. Ecosystem health assessment/basin management. Environmental assessments and impact statements. Environmental permitting. ESA response planning/biological ...

    By Hart Crowser Office in Beaverton, OREGON (USA).

  • Natural Resources Services

    Perhaps you’re a wind farm developer who wants to erect turbines in a remote, rural area, but you’re wondering if your turbines will attract birds or disrupt their migratory pattern. Maybe you’re in the process of building a large housing complex and you’ve come across fossilized remains. You could even be a city ...

    By SWCA Environmental Consultants Office in Portland, OREGON (USA).

  • Natural Resource Planning Services

    PBS’ Natural Resources Group has been performing environmental support and wetland delineations since the mid-1990s. We have performed a broad range of assessment, permitting, and mitigation, and regulatory negotiation services for a diverse mix of both public and private clients throughout the Pacific Northwest. PBS’ Natural Resources ...

    By PBS Engineering and Environmental based in Portland, OREGON (USA).

  • Natural Resource Management, Conservation Planning, and NEPA/SEPA Preparation and Review Services

    Hamer Environmental provides a wide range of resource management and conservation planning services. We have developed and are currently working on Habitat Conservation Plans for governmental agencies and private landowners. Our environmental scientists have conducted watershed level inventories and analyses, and basin-wide planning. Our ...

    By Hamer Environmental L.P. Office in OREGON (USA).

  • Water Resources Services

    SWCA’s water resources services are divided into two main categories: water resources permitting and water as a biological (natural) resource. Driven primarily by the Clean Water Act, our water resources permitting services focus on hydrological phenomena such as the movement and distribution of both surface and groundwater. Approaching ...

    By SWCA Environmental Consultants Office in Portland, OREGON (USA).

  • Water Resources Services

    Growth puts increasing pressure on regions to manage precious water resources and protect the natural environment.  Hart Crowser’s significant hydrogeologic expertise, gleaned from three decades of groundwater resource assessments, provides you with the trusted technical support you need.  We evaluate regional aquifers and their ...

    By Hart Crowser Office in Beaverton, OREGON (USA).

  • Water Resource Services

    Human activities interact with our natural hydrologic environment in many ways. As water demand grows, the need for effective management and efficient use is greater. The CES approach to water resource management challenges is to use science and engineering to create solutions that leverage natural site features to reduce cost and improve water ...

    By Cascade Earth Sciences (CES) based in Albany, OREGON (USA).

  • Groundwater Resources Services

    GSA has extensive experience related to groundwater resources and managed aquifer recharge having conducted over 30 groundwater recharge projects in the western United States, with a total recharge capacity exceeding 500,000 acre-feet per annum. GSA also specializes in the design and installation of innovative vadose zone and groundwater ...

    By GeoSystems Analysis, Inc. Office in Hood River, OREGON (USA).

  • Environment Services

    The term “environment” refers to all elements of the physical and biological world and the interactions between them. These elements include our natural resources such as soil minerals, air, and water as well as ecological and climate systems. Activities, such as manufacturing, can have a detrimental impact on these elements. The ...

    By Sumerra based in Portland, OREGON (USA).

  • Surface Water Management

    JBR Environmental Consultants, Inc. provides a full range of water resource services for diverse projects in the West. We evaluate and solve water-related problems in both natural and altered systems. Whether the issue is protection of water quality, water supply, beneficial uses, management of effluent, or regulatory permit requirements, our ...

    By JBR Environmental Office in Medford, OREGON (USA).

  • Landslides and Rockfall Services

    We are a Portland, Oregon-based geotechnical firm established in 1983, specializing in complex landslide and rockfall evaluations and remediations. Our expertise has allowed us to provide these services both nationally and internationally for a wide range of transportation, power generation, natural resource and other lifeline infrastructure ...

    By Cornforth Consultants, Inc. based in Portland, OREGON (USA).

  • QUALITY ASSURANCE

    All our laboratory reports come with a full quality control (QC) summary report that verifies the accuracy and precision of your data. This practice provides you with data that are both scientifically and legally defensible. Our Quality Assurance Manual meets the requirements of the United States National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation ...

    By ncalabs Phils., Inc. Office in OREGON (USA).

  • Site Characterization

    Site characterization activities are intended to assess the physical and chemical nature and extent of hazardous substances released to the environment. The goal of any site characterization is to minimize investigation while providing sufficient information to understand the nature and extent of impacts and the risk that those impacts may pose to ...

    By Maul Foster Alongi (MFA) Inc Office in Portland, OREGON (USA). from Site Characterization Service line

  • Geology, Hydrogeology & Groundwater Management

    JBR Environmental Consultants, Inc. clients consistently express appreciation for our practical approaches to evaluating geologic and hydrogeologic problems and our ability to propose creative and cost-effective solutions for either prevention or remediation of environmental impacts. Domestic and international clients span a wide range of ...

    By JBR Environmental Office in Medford, OREGON (USA).

  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

    MFA has significant experience applying GIS in the fields of engineering, environmental science, planning, landscape architecture, and natural resource management. GIS is a powerful tool that provides data visualization and analysis that can be used to answer challenging questions and make more informed decisions. For example, MFA uses GIS to ...

    By Maul Foster Alongi (MFA) Inc Office in Portland, OREGON (USA).

  • Climate Change & Sustainability Services

    Whether you’re a large multinational corporation, a small private company, or a public agency, we can help you understand your organization’s climate change opportunities and risks – and help you chart a course to better environmental and economic performance. SWCA offers a dedicated group of engineers, environmental scientists, ...

    By SWCA Environmental Consultants Office in Portland, OREGON (USA).

  • Mining Industry Services

    CES provides its mining industry clients with all the water quality protection services the mining industry requires. Mining operations require reliable solutions for meeting its objectives of minimizing mining’s footprint on the environment while remaining profitable. A critical area of environmental concern for most mining operations is ...

    By Cascade Earth Sciences (CES) based in Albany, OREGON (USA).

  • Economic, Policy, and Regulatory Analysis

    Sound policy informed by valuable experience and deep subject matter expertise forms the basis for practices that support sustainable, stable economies. Cadmus’ international development support focuses on linking economic growth with sound environmental management practices. Our experts provide strategic economic, policy, and regulatory ...

    By The Cadmus Group, Inc. Office in Portland,, OREGON (USA). from Economic, Policy, and Regulatory Analysis Service line

  • Managed Aquifer Recharge

    People, industry, and agriculture all require fresh water to survive and prosper, but water managers in the West face significant challenges to delivering a continuous and sustainable water supply, whether derived from groundwater, surface water, or both. When a wellfield’s pumping rate exceeds an aquifer’s natural recharge rate, ...

    By Sound Environmental Strategies Office in Portland, OREGON (USA). from Managed Aquifer Recharge Service line

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