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Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

GIS is a technology that is based in the science of geography and integrates various types of data to capture, store, manipulate, analyze and manage.  EAM uses GIS systems to view and better understand the physical features of projects and their relationships that may influence a given condition(s).  It allows us as scientists to study an area in detail with a multitude of corresponding data to determine when, where and why the area may have changed and what factors played into that change. 

GIS is a powerful tool that can be used in a variety of services such as:

  • Wetland Delineations

  • Coastal Land Loss Evaluations, Mitigations and Mapping

  • Coastal and Shoreline Restoration

  • Habitat Mapping

  • Surface, Subsurface and Groundwater Modeling

  • Remote Sensing (BW/True Color Historical Aerial Images, Color Infrared, Thermal Images, Seismic Survey, LIDAR)

  • Predictive Modeling

  • Terrestrial and Marine Archaeology (Ground Penetrating Radar, Magnetometry, Side Scan Sonar    & Subbottom Profiler)

  • Hydrologic Investigations

  • Utility Line Planning and Analysis (Transmission, Natural Gas, Fiber Optic)

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