• Aquatic Plant Mapping,  Management Plans and Implementation

  • Environmental Impact Assessment

  • Environmental Monitoring

    • Post-closure Landfill Monitoring

    • Lakes, rivers, streams – physical, chemical & biological

    • Bathymetric Mapping

  • Environmental Permitting

    • State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR)

    • Draft/Final Environmental Impact Statements (DEIS/EIS)

    • Adirondack Park Agency (APA)

    • Wetlands & Shorefront

  • Geographic Information Systems

    • Environmental Resource & Natural Features Inventory

    • Watershed mapping and modeling

    • GIS Training and Seminars

  • Habit Assessments​

  • Harmful Algal Bloom Assessment, Management Plans and Implementation

  • Lake & Watershed Management Plans and Implementation

  • Lake Restoration Plans and Implementation

  • Phytoplankton Identification and Analysis

  • Post-closure Landfill Monitoring (water, gas)

  • Stream Studies: Biological Assessments, Water Quality Monitoring, Habitat Assessment, Macroinvertebrate Monitoring & Assessment

  • Watershed Modeling

  • Water Quality Modeling

  • Water Quality Monitoring and Assessment

  • Water Quality Trend Analysis, statistical and graphical analyses

  • Wetlands

    • Delineations

    • Assessments

    • Mitigation and Restoration Plans


Our Environmental Science team is led by Michael R. Martin, a Certified Lake Manager with over 35 years of experience conducting comprehensive lake and watershed management studies, aquatic plant management programs, and using geographic information system analysis for environmental and municipal planning throughout the Northeast and MidWestern United States. He is an expert in diagnosing water quality issues, conducting environmental monitoring and developing holistic, long-term water quality and aquatic plant management plans for individuals, municipalities, water suppliers, lake associations, environmental organizations, NGOs and government agencies. He has conducted numerous watershed investigations, identifying urban, rural and agricultural stormwater and nonpoint source pollution (NPS) problem areas as well as developing the Best Management Practices (BMPs) needed to address them.


Whether you are dealing with invasive aquatic species, harmful algal blooms (HABs), nonpoint source pollution, bacteria, beach closures, increased treatment costs or just have the desire to protect your valuable aquatic resources, our experienced team of scientists and engineers can help resolve your water resource concerns.

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