Monthly Archives: May 2016

Mandatory Dry Season Surveys Now Required for Threatened and Endangered Fairy Shrimp and Tadpole Shrimp

On May 31, 2015 the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) released updated Survey Guidelines for federally listed threatened and endangered large branchiopods (e.g., fairy shrimp and tadpole shrimp) in California and southern Oregon. To complete a survey for large … Continue reading

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ECORP Leads Educational Sunday FunDay in Redlands

Redlands residents enjoyed an afternoon of archaeology in the park, including a short hike to an archaeological site and a full-scale, controlled, mock excavation. ECORP Associate Archaeologist Andrew Myers led the expedition as attendees were educated about archaeological methods and … Continue reading

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California Rapid Assessment Method – Trained!

In April, two additional staff members completed the California Rapid Assessment Method (CRAM) “Practitioner” training for riverine and depressional wetlands. CRAM is an assessment toolkit used to evaluate the functional condition and status of aquatic features such as streams, wetlands, … Continue reading

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Pioneering Change with New Technologies

ECORP is leading the environmental consulting field with the use of ground-based laser scanning, high resolution and dynamic range-enhanced digital photography, and even experimentation with the use of small unmanned aerial vehicles (sUAVs or drones). ECORP has been utilizing these … Continue reading

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ECORP Exhibiting at ACWA Conference

ECORP is looking forward to exhibiting at ACWA’s 2016 Spring Conference and Exhibition May 3-6, in Monterey! We hope you’ll stop by our booth (#134).  http://www.acwa.com/  

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