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By: Overton Environmental Enterprises  09-12-2011
Keywords: Research and Development, Environmental Consulting, Taxonomic Services

Services | Overton Environmental Enterprises Inc | OEE | Consulting Services | Benthic and Invertebrate Taxonomy | Invertebrate and Zooplankton Taxonomic Services | Environmental Consulting | Remediation | Analysis of Ecological Data | Research and Development

Overton Environmental Enterprises Inc., has a flexible wide range of Environmental Services that can accomadate your requirements. Please view the services provided to get a better idea of OEE's expertise.

To get a quote or have any further questions, please contact us.

Keywords: Environmental Consulting, Research and Development, Taxonomic Services, Zooplankton Taxonomic Services,

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09-12-2011

eco tea

ECO-TEA contains various sources of organic matter (earthworm castings and plant-based compost), which decay at varying stages during the growing season, continuously generating food sources for plants, plant beneficial bacteria, fungi and other invertebrates.


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ecological project design

Our goal is stimulate and change the biological communities within the soil focusing on diversifying the soil community and creating a resilient ecosystem more conducive to plant growth. Dr. Norman Kenkel has been an industry leader in ecological project management and data analyses for over 25 years and has been involved in publications in many peer-reviewed journals.


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taxonomy

We offer expert services in aquatic invertebrate taxonomy (benthic invertebrates and zooplankton) to aid our clients in understanding the direct impacts industries place upon aquatic habitats. We carry a minimum 3-month turnaround time for benthic invertebrate samples and a 1-month turnaround time for zooplankton. Please view the attached protocol document for details on our sorting and identification protocols for benthic grabs.