The Pacific Ocean Blob is making a comeback, damaging ecosystems up and down the Northwest Coast.
Monitoring dissolved oxygen to maintain healthy waters for fish is the key to successful aquaculture.
Women in environmental science: past, present, and future.
Humans and pets are potentially at risk from harmful algal blooms, which occur frequently in late summer. Discover more about monitoring algal blooms.
Summer, with increased water temperatures and decreased oxygen levels, can stress fish populations. PME’s miniDOT logger is a monitoring tool that helps fisheries managers minimize damage.
Late snowfall can have a dramatic impact on dissolved oxygen levels in a body of water, impacting plant and animal life. PME’s miniDOT loggers help researchers monitor ecosystem health.
Arctic warming is causing widespread thawing of permafrost areas. Permafrost melting at such a rapid pace has widespread effects, we explore a few of them.
PME’s Teddy Lucena attended the Association for the Science of Limnology and Oceanography’s (ASLO) 2019 meeting, Planet Water Challenged and Successes.
On April 17th, 1969, the Cuyahoga River caught fire, making plain what effect 150 years of industrial degradation was having on the American landscape. A... Continue Reading
When the 2018 Thanksgiving week rains finally came to help firefighters contain the Camp Fire, the most destructive and deadliest wildfire in California’s history, Butte... Continue Reading
As 2018 comes to a close, we’re reflecting on some of the most eye-catching headlines of the year that impacted our industry and individuals worldwide.... Continue Reading
A recently announced project, STORMS, funded by the National Science Foundation, will explore the correlation between the decision-making surrounding stormwater and the environmental outcomes of... Continue Reading
Let's get you an estimate