Contract: $362,748 - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - civil program financing only - Sep. 28, 2009
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Award Description: This project is for a Six Counties Aquatic Resources Inventory..Wildlife Service will be able to use the inventory to help assist in the evaluation of cumulative impacts and determine appropriate compensatory mitigation within a regional and watershed context. The inventory is intended to enhance accuracy, consistency, and predictability in planning and regulary practices. Conractor will research, gather, and inventory existing information pertaining to identification and/or classification of aquatic resources within the Six County Area. Contractor will generate a list of data gaps/missing information, as well as any data sets which exist but are not available free or at a nominal cost. Contractor will develop a uniform classification system as directed by the PM that will classify aquatic resources in the Six County Area. Contractor will develop an aquatic resources functional assessment methodology as directed by the PM that will identify a methodology to assign relative values to specific occurrences of aquatic resources identified in the study. Contractor will perform limited testing of the classification system and/or the aquatic resources functional assessment methodology. Contractor will develop a baseline geodatabase to conduct the identification and mapping of aquatic resources within the Six County Area. Contractor will prepare a technical report that summarizes the actions taken to accomplish the previous tasks, and includes a discussion of results and conclusions of the data collection, analysis, and resource mapping effort. Contractor shall facilitate technical team meetings with SPK, ERDC, and stakeholders and assist in defining objectives.
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