We are in the process of creating an awareness of this planet and its ecosystems amongst each and every one that is willing to listen and learn. Our vision is that one day, business can be about restoring the planet, planting trees, recreating forests and wetlands, improving water quality within our rivers and oceans, improving habitats for humans and wildlife.
We hope that one day, the richest person in the world will be the one that planted the most trees. We are dedicated to our cause, and we work on such projects and we strive everyday to make our vision a reality.
Earthology has an entire Environmental Awareness program, which is dedicated to creating an entire generation of environmental stewards. Our public education and awareness goals have directed us to develop several students interns programs, public education and awareness workshops, training and environmental education and field education programs. Our team is comprised of several Ph.D., who are professors and adjuncts in various universities across the country. We partner frequently with universities for governmental research and innovative science and technology services.
years of combined experience
most of our staff have M.S./ PH.D in respective fields
climate change and sea level rise infrastructure modification
expertise in ecological and water quality modeling
What We Do
NEPA Documentation And Processes
Federal/State/Local Permitting And Compliance
Water And Nutrient Budgets
Development Of Regulation Schedules
Environmental Impacts Statements
3-D Hydrodynamic Modeling
Water Quality Assessments
Wetland And Stream Assessment
Systemwide Water Quality Impacts Analysis
Water Quality Sampling And Monitoring Plans
Ecological Monitoring Plans
Climate Change Studies And Analysis On Terrestrial, Freshwater And Coastal Ecosystems, As Well As Cold Weather Ecosystems.
Ecological Monitoring Plans
Coastal Resiliency Studies And Analysis
Hydrogeology: CERCLA/RCRA Compliance
GIS Database Management
Land/ Fire/ Forest Management
Listed Species Habitat Management
Construction Monitoring Services
Rare, Threatened And Species Specific Surveys
Trapping, Satellite Tagging And Monitoring Of Endangered Species
Nest Productivity Surveys
Agency: St Johns River Water Mgmt. District
Project: Event Mean Concentration Geostatistical Modeling
Descriptive and Multivariate Statistical analysis of Event Mean Concentrations historical data. Geostatistical Modeling using various raster that were extrapolated from derived land use values. This study specified a set of land use based event mean concentrations (EMC’s) for total nitrogen (TN) and total phosphorus (TP) to establish a geospatial framework that explores land use and EMC relationships within each of the four major basins of the SJRWMD. The geostatistical model developed for this study presents a logical method to approach the issue of predicting areas of high potential nutrient releases into water bodies in the SJRWMD. This study demonstrated that even with the limitations of the historical EMC data, statistical analysis and derived EMC values can provide useful geospatial information to predict nutrient loads in water bodies.