Hydrographic Surveying

Collect data relating to bodies of water, and may include the water depth, bottom contours and configuration, directions and velocity of current, heights and water stages, and the location of fixed objects for navigational purposes

ESE expertise is on the study hydrology of how water moves across and through the Earth’s crust, rain, snow, and other forms of precipitation impact river flows or groundwater levels, and how surface water and groundwater evaporate back into the atmosphere or eventually reach the oceans.

Hydraulic models can illustrate the effects of changing conditions of a system, and, among other things, display information about pipes, pumps, valves, flow, pressure, water quality and more, shown in software platforms using color-coded network maps, data tables and graphs