Allegan, Michigan
AFFILIATED RESEARCHERS conducted multi-beam and side-scan hydrographic surveying, single-beam bathymetric surveying, sub-bottom profiling, and substrate mapping at Trowbridge Dam, Kalamazoo River, Kalamazoo River Area of Concern.

Sonoma County, California
AFFILIATED RESEARCHERS was selected by the National Marine Fisheries Service of NOAA and the County of Sonoma, California to provide hydrographic-hydrologic surveying services towards a salmon habitat restoration program on 7.5 miles of the Russian River (Sonoma County). AFFILIATED RESEARCHERS utilized its jet-drive survey vessel, and its advanced single-beam surveying equipment and software to collect more than 300,000 precise hydrographic-hydrologic data sets.

Erie Canal, New York
AFFILIATED RESEARCHERS conducted hydrographic and geophysical surveying as part of a restoration project at a USEPA environmental Area of Concern, on the Seneca-Cayuga Canal (Erie Canal), New York. AFFILIATED RESEARCHERS‘ surveying services were a critical aspect toward the engineering, dredging design, and environmental restoration of these historical Section 10 Waters.

Gary, Indiana
AFFILIATED RESEARCHERS conducted bathymetric survey and sub-bottom profiling as part of the US EPA Great Lakes National Program Office restoration of the Grand Calumet River Area of Concern. AFFILIATED RESEARCHERS‘ surveying services were a critical aspect toward the engineering, dredging, and environmental restoration of this Area of Concern.

Rico, Colorado
AFFILIATED RESEARCHERS conducted bathymetric surveying and sub-bottom profiling as part of a mine tailings pond restoration project at Rico, Colorado. AFFILIATED RESEARCHERS’ surveying services were a critical aspect towards the engineering, dredging, and environmental restoration of this USEPA Superfund site.

Calhoun County, Michigan
AFFILIATED RESEARCHERS provided technical staffing and logistical support for the US EPA START Program, at the Enbridge oil spill Area of Concern, Kalamazoo River.

Huron-Manistee National Forest, Michigan
AFFILIATED RESEARCHERS‘ degreed Botanist and GPS Technician conducted an environmental survey of protected and invasive species, for the US Forest Service on over 350 acres of the Huron-Manistee National Forest, Michigan.

Iosco County, Michigan
AFFILIATED RESEARCHERS‘ degreed Botanist and GPS Technician conducted an environmental survey of a State protected aquatic species, for a private lake association, on Tawas Lake.

Midland County, Michigan
AFFILIATED RESEARCHERS‘ Certified Wetlands Scientists conducted environmental restoration, monitoring, and reporting at a wetlands mitigation site.

Iosco County, Michigan
AFFILIATED RESEARCHERS‘ degreed Botanist and GPS Technician conducted an environmental survey of a State protected aquatic species, for a private lake association, on Tawas Lake.

Menominee, Michigan
AFFILIATED RESEARCHERS utilized its shallow-water vibracore vessel, RTK-GPS survey equipment, and trained Technicians to collect discrete sediment core and grab samples, for the US EPA Great Lakes National Program Office, at the Menominee River Area of Concern.

Whitehall, Michigan
AFFILIATED RESEARCHERS conducted a single-beam, pre-dredge bathymetric survey for the US EPA Great Lakes National Program Office, at the White Lake Tannery Bay Area of Concern.

Gladwin and Midland Counties, Michigan
AFFILIATED RESEARCHERS conducted environmental water quality consulting services for Boyce Hydro Power Company on the Tittabawasse River, Gladwin and Midland Counties, Michigan. Consulting services provided by AFFILIATED RESEARCHERS included water quality investigation methods and design, data review and compiling, and reporting. Utilizing advanced GPS-enabled water quality sensor technology, AFFILIATED RESEARCHERS also surveyed the hydroelectric project reservoirs, continuously collecting thousands of in situ water quality parameter data, and developing accurate contour drawings of dissolved oxygen and nitrate concentrations.