Conducting Hyper-Efficient Wetland Delineations

Originally Broadcast on April 21st, 2021, 12:30 - 1:30 pm ET

The new wetland data ecosystem is improving field efficiency, prediction modeling, regulatory reporting preparation, and resilience planning. Learn about the exciting software and hardware that is helping early adopters to win more projects, buffer budgets, and complete projects ahead of schedule. Hear from industry experts from field scientists to project managers on how their organization's workflows have improved in sync with the evolution of revolutionary software within the natural resources industry.

 

Presenters & Panelists

  • Erica Pergande, PWS, Natural Resources Scientist, SEH, Inc.
  • Chris Fleming, Senior Scientist, BDY Environmental
  • Jennifer Herrera, Biologist, ESE Partners

Webinar Topics

  • A deep dive into some of the preferred new Wetland Data Ecosystem workflows for delineations and assessments
  • Wetland prediction models, GNSS receivers, field data collection, field mapping, and GIS post-processing
  • Example Wetland Data Ecosystem workflows from your peers
  • Case studies: efficiency gains and budget improvements to project management and field work

 

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WEBINAR MODERATOR

Jeremy Schewe, PWS, Co-Founder & Chief Scientist, Ecobot

As an ecologist conducting wetlands delineations, threatened & endangered species surveys, and baseline ecological inventories for over 18 years around the world, I have been able to avoid the rise of tech for many years more than people in most other professions, due to the lack of quality tools available to environmental scientists. It is the 21st century, however, and the wheel of innovation is rolling through every profession, including earth sciences.

Jeremy Schewe, PWS, Co-Founder & Chief Scientist, Ecobot

As an ecologist conducting wetlands delineations, threatened & endangered species surveys, and baseline ecological inventories for over 18 years around the world, I have been able to avoid the rise of tech for many years more than people in most other professions, due to the lack of quality tools available to environmental scientists. It is the 21st century, however, and the wheel of innovation is rolling through every profession, including earth sciences.