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Finding Ecological Information through Reliable Websites

How much can you learn from the World Wide Web? The short answer: A lot! The Internet provides many useful articles, links, websites, opinions, and pictures to help us get through the day. However, a search engine might not get the job done in a timely fashion.

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Cheaper, Faster, Reliable: Technology Saving You Money

With today’s technological advances, many of the laborious tasks required to complete ecological and natural resource components of a project are greatly improved. Gone are the days of field notebooks with blurred drawings and “cut-and-paste” maps. GPS units, GIS software, digital cameras, smart phones, tablets, and a host of other gadgets allow field personnel to collect and analyze data in minutes.

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Exemptions Implemented for Storm Water Plans

Understanding Surface Water Permitting

Steps to Acquire Water Discharge Permits