Environmental Services

By: Valhalla Consulting  09-12-2011
Keywords: Mapping, Environmental Consulting

Valhallas' Environmental Services focus primarily on vegetation and wildilfe management issues. In general these services will always involve some form of the following: conducting inventories, mapping and/or modelling species occurences and habitats, preforming assessments as required by local, regional or federal governments, identifying impact mitigations and monitoring project results. The personnel at Valhalla Environmental Consulting can help you identify which of the following services are best suited for your project.

Biophysical Inventory & Habitat Assessment

Sensitive Species Inventory & Mapping

Wildlife Habitat Modelling & Mapping

Environmentally Sensitive Area Identification, Mapping and Management

Environmentally Sensitive Area (ESA) identification and mapping is the process of identifying distinct habitats and habitat features on the landscape and ranking them according to ecological community rarity, fragility and wildlife habitat values.

Ecosystem Mapping (TEM) and Classification

General GIS Mapping & Spatial Analysis

Danger Tree & Urban Tree Risk Assessments

Environmental Impact Assessment

Cumulative Effects Assessment

Impact Mitigation, Monitoring and Restoration

Invasive Plant Management

Riparian Area Regulation Assessment

Ecosystem Restoration Planning

Environmental Monitoring

Forest Management & Operations

Keywords: Environmental Consulting, Mapping

Other products and services from Valhalla Consulting

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Development Planning & Approvals

These assessments guide the planning and development stages of each project and help ensure that critical ecological features and functions are managed in a sustainable manner. Land and resource development projects of all sizes require proper environmentalassessments to identify potential impacts and benefits.


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Wildfire & Fuel Management

Strategic plans and prescriptions to abate fuelhazards and fire risk should not aim to eliminate wildfire but rather to reduce the fire behaviour and potential negative impacts on the ecosystem. As such, negative ecological effects are being expressed within forested stands, including fuel accumulations, forest disease and insect outbreaks as well as unstable wildlife populations.