Ecobot Publications: Conversations about Wetland Delineations

Posted by Jeremy Schewe, PWS on Jul 30, 2019 3:11:11 PM

We are excited to announce the launch of Ecobot publications, created to help foster a greater sense of community and conversation around wetlands and water. These pubs will, for the most part, be written by me: Jeremy, the Chief Scientific Officer of Ecobot. As an ecologist and botanist, I have over 16 years of experience in ecological assessments, wetland delineations & stream assessments for the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), botanical inventories, remote sensing/modeling, and conservation planning in the Americas, the Middle East, and Europe. I’ll also be collaborating with the broader scientific and tech community on these publications. In fact, if you’re interested in co-authoring something that our community would benefit from, please feel free to reach out to me at


What kind of content is Ecobot is contributing?

Wetland and USACE regulatory updates, water quality, ecosystems monitoring, mitigation monitoring, unique projects, case studies, taxonomy changes, wetland indicator status changes, wetlands’ role in climate change, conferences, environmental/ecological marketplace, Ecobot and Esri updates, and more.

Who might be interested?

Ecologists, botanists, wetland scientists, natural resource managers, regulatory specialists, mitigation bankers, professional wetlands scientists, environmental consultants, project managers, business owners, principles, CEOs, CFOs, biologists, educators, students. And you, since you’ve already read this far.

How can this benefit my work?

Awareness of global affairs as pertaining to wetlands, community building, opportunities for collaboration, tech advances, tools of the trade, regulatory updates, unique species observations, global conservation projects.


We look forward to sharing our thoughts!



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Topics: wetlands, Ecobot