Congrats to our team supporting U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Research and Development for completing the processing and initial chemical analyses of 1000 lake water samples!  They received lake water samples from across the continental U.S. this past summer and have completed the initial chemical analyses as part of the U.S. EPA 2022 National Lake Assessment. The goal of this assessment is to provide national and regional estimates of the condition of the nation’s lakes as part of the EPA National Aquatic Resource Survey. 

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Ongoing Support for the Huntington Beach Oil Spill

Oil spills are disastrous and the clean-up is ongoing. Following the Huntington Beach, California oil spill in October 2021, our staff supported the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Office of Response and Restoration with communications, data collection, and damage assessments. As various agencies collected data, our staff assisted the client in developing this map to…

Assisting with a Risk and Vulnerability Assessment

L​os Angeles County in California is a densely populated area vulnerable to natural hazards such as flooding and wildfires. Our staff ​modified and applied the Integrated Vulnerability Assessment Framework developed by NOAA’s ​National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science to assess the county’s climate vulnerability. Through partner and stakeholder engagement, the team used a series of…

Praise for Spatial Modeling Work

Congratulations to our staff who helped support the Gulf of Mexico wind spatial modeling work!  Through our contract with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science, this team is helping to lay the groundwork for the new Wind Energy Spatial Modeling Program as offshore wind continues to gain momentum.…