Central Valley Flood ProtectionMulti-year collaboration with the State of California to improve river and floodplain ecosystems.
South Bay Salt PondResearch, restoration design, and permitting for the largest tidal and wetland restoration effort in the western United States.
Santa Clara VTAMore than a dozen projects ranging from special-status species surveys to landscape design for a regional transit authority.
Concord Community Reuse ProjectBiological resource assessment, wetland delineation, and restoration planning on a proposed mixed-use development site.
Adélie Penguin PopulationsClose to 20 years of research on penguins and their habitats, as well as the impacts of human activities on penguin populations.
News & Presentations
September 8-11, 2015
Floodplain Management Association Annual Meeting
Rancho Mirage, California
September 17-18, 2015
12th Biennial State of the San Francisco Estuary Conference
Gavin Archbald is presenting two posters titled "Creating High-Tide Refuge Islands for the California Ridgway’s Rail" and "Tidal Salt Marsh Vegetation Establishment at the Sonoma Baylands Wetland Demonstration Project: 18 Years of Post-Construction Monitoring." We are proudly sponsoring this event, and we hope to see you there!
September 24-25, 2015
CLE International – 3rd Annual Endangered Species Act Conference
San Francisco, California
Dr. Brian Boroski will be on a panel discussing “Recent Developments
in Avian Species Conservation Amidst Large-Scale Renewable Energy
Developments: Golden Eagle Study, MBTA Proposed Rulemaking, and
the Solar-Avian Science Plan and Working Group.”