Monthly Archives: January 2015

Sara Wicks, Project and Marketing Coordinator, will be at the 2015 Pacific Water Conference at the Hawai’i Convention Center, Honolulu, Hawai’i on February 4th and 5th..

The conference is a joint effort of the Hawaii Section of the American Water Works Association and the Hawaii Water Environment Association. This year’s theme is “Ho’oulu a ho’owaiwai no ka wa e hiki mai ‘ana—Enhancing Hawai’i’s Water Resources for the Future.” The conference features an entire week of activities including community service events, workshops, … Continue reading Sara Wicks, Project and Marketing Coordinator, will be at the 2015 Pacific Water Conference at the Hawai’i Convention Center, Honolulu, Hawai’i on February 4th and 5th..

Measuring ecosystem health through bioassessment

Measuring the health and conditions of an ecosystem is a complex, involved and daunting task that can be tackled in one of many ways. Bioassessment services have long been utilized for just this purpose, and increased understanding of the structure and function of ecosystems has driven advancement and acumen in the field. That may be … Continue reading Measuring ecosystem health through bioassessment

UBC researchers expect large-scale shift of marine fish and invertebrates

The undersea realm is going through major changes, and the driving force seems to be climate change, according to aquatic ecologists from the University of British Columbia. A fall 2014 report by the UBC revealed some disturbing information about marine fish and invertebrates: Warming of the oceans is pushing these species into the cooler Arctic and … Continue reading UBC researchers expect large-scale shift of marine fish and invertebrates

Kaylani Merrill, EcoAnalysts, attends the Eighth International Conference on Remediation and Management of Contaminated Sediments January 12-15, 2015 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

The conference, organized by Battelle, offers nearly 500 platform talks and presentations featuring the latest contaminated sediments research and news for the nearly 1000 scientists, engineers, regulators, site owners, construction companies, and environmental professionals expected to be in attendance.