Natural Resource Management

 

The AquaBioTech Group can provide clients with the decision support technology needed to pinpoint the areas where natural resource management will be beneficial to stakeholders using Satellite imagery, DTM models, habitat delineation maps and other technologies.

 

 

Hazard Monitoring

 

We offer various kinds of services for hazard assessment and monitoring using GIS some of which include:

 

• Accurate rapid mapping and assessment of large geospatial areas analyses independent of existing GIS data regardless of housing density, terrain or ecosystems
• Community risk composite map and data base derived from spatial proximity of all hazards and values 
• Assessing the effectiveness of containment methods using satellite imagery
• Toxic effluent discharge/spill over map or generating Buffer zone map for mitigating potential future pollution

 




    Vegetation Mapping

     

    Vegetation mapping is not magic; it is a science that requires a tremendous amount of technology, expertise and patience. We offer these products because we recognize that accurate vegetation and habitat maps are essential for natural resource managers. We use highly sophisticated remote sensing software to develop detailed vegetation and habitat maps. Whether you are looking for a map showing brush, range, water or bare ground or are looking for a more detailed map showing the location of specific species or ground feature – AquaBioTech Group can deliver a custom made product that will meet your exact needs.

     

    Temporal Monitoring of Aquaculture Site

     

    Using various kinds of satellite images the AquaBioTech Group is able to offer our clients a temporal monitoring solution both for sites under development and sites which are already in operation. We could monitor using satellite images numerous environmental and ground parameters on a bi-monthly, half yearly or yearly basis for indefinite period of time based on client’s requirements. Aquaculture is unique in comparison with most agriculture in that it has great need for practical scientific knowledge, economic and profitability studies, and knowledge of potential areas for site selection, development, and expansion. Underlying the limitations of growth in this industry is the need for reliable analytical tools for use in decision making. GIS is a wonderful tool for this purpose due to the spatial nature of the factors involved with aquaculture development.