Environmental Monitoring and Reporting

Lake water monitoring service in Florida

Lake & Wetland Management’s experienced scientists monitor our customer’s mitigation projects. Our experts document all exotic plant control efforts and native plant installations for worry-free governmental reporting compliance.

Our detailed lake and environmental monitoring reports include extensive written and photo documentation of the following:

  • Our Exotic Control Efforts the Native Plants Species Installed,
  • Water Levels at the Time of Survey
  • Recommendations for Ongoing Management (when appropriate)
  • Detailed Log of the Wildlife Species Encountered During Our Visits

Our reports are tailored to the unique needs and requirements of your specific project. Other customers not reporting to governmental agencies may wish to have a biological snapshot of all the wildlife species on their property. Our seasoned biologists will visit your site to log the following:

  • Plant Diversity
  • Wood Ducks
  • Purple Martins
  • Eastern Bluebirds

We then meticulously document the hundreds of plants, birds, insects, mammals, fish, mollusks, reptiles, amphibians, arachnids, and other wildlife species present on your property. That way, our experts accurately assess your site’s environmental health and biodiversity.

Please contact us for details.

Water and Soil Testing

Lake and Wetland specialist testing soil

Whether conducted in conjunction with or independent of governmental monitoring and compliance, Lake & Wetland Management can test your waterways and soils. We test for a wide array of parameters, including:

  • pH
  • Dissolved Oxygen
  • Water Elevation
  • Clarity
  • Presence of Bacteria
  • Presence of Organic & Inorganic Chemicals, Herbicides, & Pesticides

Please contact us for further information.

Turbidity Barrier Monitoring

Turbidity Barrier Monitoring for Lakes by Lake & Wetland

At Lake & Wetland, we utilize modern technology and cutting-edge data tracking analysis to monitor any changes or trends in water bodies. This monitoring process allows us to identify any potential issues. That way, we can adequately provide insight to effectively manage your projects to achieve the healthiest, most beautiful waterways possible.