Hatfield Consultants - Biodiversity Assessments

By: Hatfieldgroup  09-12-2011
Keywords: Information Systems, Geographic Information Systems, biodiversity

The Convention on Biological Diversity was signed by more than 150 countries at the 1992 Rio Summit signifying its international importance. Hatfield conducts biodiversity assessments and natural resource inventories in diverse environments, ranging from tropical regions to the Canadian high arctic. Hatfield uses geographic information systems (GIS) and remote sensing technologies to provide a unique perspective of the biophysical environment.


  • Habitat mapping and change detection
  • Landscape biodiversity modeling and analysis
  • Habitat fragmentation and connectivity
  • Species inventories
  • Population estimates
  • Life history/migration studies
  • Taxonomic identifications
  • Biodiversity management plans
  • Biodiversity monitoring
  • Ethnobotany surveys
  • Socio-economic and cultural studies

Keywords: biodiversity, Biodiversity Assessments, Geographic Information, Geographic Information Systems, Information Systems,

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