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Geographic Information Systems (GIS) allows ERS to efficiently and effectively assess the biophysical nature of a project site and convey the gathered data in the form of easy to understand maps and datasets.
 
The GIS capabilities of ERS include, but are not limited to:
  • Environmental permitting needs including assessments of wetlands, protected species inventories, and mitigation bank permitting
  • Spatial analysis, mapping, and reporting including: existing site analyses, Florida Land Use Cover and Forms Classification Systems (FLUCFCS), and current and historical aerial photographs 
  • GIS/GPS field integration, including Trimble units, for preliminary ecological assessment mapping, preliminary wetland delineation, and gopher tortoise population density analysis and permitting
  • Wildlife Hazard Assessment mapping to assess surrounding areas within FAA separation criteria distances
  • Database design and management

 

Sample Project Experience

JTA Salt Marsh Mitigation Analysis