Eco-Web’s Professional Agrologists and Biologists provide a number of hydrological services, including stream assessments, water quality/quantity monitoring, hydrology research, and water approvals and licenses. Our group provides comprehensive and integrated services in numerous aspects of surface water planning and construction.
- Stream Assessments/classification
- Riparian classification/management
- Baseline Watershed Hydrology
- Develop Zero-Withdrawal Thresholds
- Water Supply
- Determine environmental flow needs.
- Water Balances
- Hydrology Research
- Watershed delineation
Water Quality/Quantity Monitoring
- Surface Water Quality Monitoring
- Groundwater Quality Monitoring
- In-Stream Flow Considerations
- Pump-off monitoring
- Pipeline bore monitoring
- Culvert Installation monitoring
- Stream restoration
- Channel erosion control
- Hydrometric and Climate monitoringStream restoration
Water Approval and Licencing
- Section 8-Short term Water Approvals
- Section 9-Changes in and About a Stream
- Full Water licences (OGC and MOE)
- Water Management Plans
- Alberta’s Temporary Diversion Licences
SHELL CANADA – KISKATINAW RIVER HYDROMETRIC MONITORING
From 2009 to 2013, Eco-Web performed monthly hydrometric surveys as a condition of Shell’s Water Licence. Eco-Web determined if the river had sufficient discharge to remove water. In addition, Eco-Web calculated a new zero-withdrawal threshold for the Kiskatinaw River, which takes into account environmental flow needs.
TALISMAN ENERGY INC. – INTERCONNECT PIPELINE REPAIR BULLMOOSE AREA, NORTHEASTERN BRITISH COLUMBIA
In July of 2009 there was a significant flood event caused by heavy rains, rapidly melting snowpack. One creek escaped its banks and secured a new scour channel, West Bullmoose Creek scoured out the pipeline crossing to the pipe and Bullmoose Creek scoured out leaving the pipe suspended across the creek. Eco-Web in conjunction with Dillon redesigned and reconstructed these crossings.