May 22, 2017

Integrated Watershed Planning

A single HDSS assessment can meet data needs of multiple stakeholders.

Collecting the data necessary to support all stakeholders involved with watershed planning can be inefficient and disjointed. HDSS documents enough data in a single survey to meet the needs of numerous different stakeholder groups. By pooling resources to reduce costs, planners will more easily achieve the economic objectives of their planning decisions.

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Representative Projects:

 Habitat Assessment and Mitigation Accounting: Ala Wai Watershed, Hawaii

High Definition Stream Survey: Harpeth River, TN

High Definition Stream Survey: Choccolocco and Cheaha Creek, Alabama

High Definition Stream Survey: Caney Fork River, TN

High Definition Stream Survey: Falling Water River, TN

Stream Condition Assessment: Timber Run, Maryland

Fish Distribution and Habitat Modeling: Ala Wai Watershed, Honolulu, Hawaii