Environmental and Marine Science
JHT offers a broad range of value-driven support services with highly qualified personnel for professional, technical, managerial, communication, and administrative requirements in the environmental and marine science service areas.
Core capabilities include:
Scientific and Technical Support
Sustainable Fisheries Management
• Program Management and Administrative Support
• Training, Education, Communication and Outreach
• Facilities and Grounds Maintenance
• Conferences and Exhibitions
• Technical Documentation and Publication Management
GS-00F-0059M Professional Services Schedule (PSS) (00CORP)
GS-07F-5730R Laboratory Testing and Analysis (Schedule 66/873)
GS-06-F-0102S Facilities Maintenance and Management (Schedule 03FAC)(SB)
541714 (SB) (Formerly 541711)
541715 (SB) (Formerly 541712)
National Marine Mammal Foundation
JHT provides the National Marine Mammal Foundation (NMMF) with over 20 years of combined expert-level vessel handling, safety and logistical support and dolphin research. Team members provide technical support for marine mammal field studies in Baratari Bay, Louisiana – an area heavily impacted by the Deepwater Horizon Spill in 2010 (ABC News Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill ). JHT staff offer ongoing assistance with critical fieldwork efforts that include dolphin capture release planning and logistics coordination for boats and equipment, photo-id analysis and monitoring, specimen analysis, data reporting and marine mammal handling
Climate Change and Watershed Hydrology—Heavier Precipitation Influence on Stormwater Runoff
Authors: Anne C. Blair and Denise Sanger
Abstract Excerpt: Stormwater runoff in the USA is a main driver of non-point source pollution and other major problems for urbanizing areas, and runoff effects will be exacerbated by the increased frequency and intensity of heavier storm events that are projected as climate changes. The purpose of this paper is to consider how increased rainfall from storms could influence direct stormwater runoff in urbanizing watersheds.
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