Solution Covered: Remote Controlled Surveying and Monitoring
This ongoing salmonid gravel augmentation and side-channel habitat establishment program effort is made possible by continued collaboration with the Water Forum, US Bureau of Reclamation, and the US Fish &._.
This multi-objective project addresses critical fish passage, water quality and flood risk challenges affecting Butano Creek, Pescadero Marsh and Lagoon and the surrounding community of Pescadero in unincorporated San Mateo._.
Part of the California Natural Resources Agency’s California EcoRestore initiative, this fish exclusion project aimed to improve the operations of Wallace Weir, as well as implement a fish trapping facility._.
cbec has been undertaking a variety of different monitoring activities on Natomas East Main Drainage Canal (NEMDC), otherwise known as Steelhead Creek, since 2015. Monitoring activities include unmanned aerial system._.
Under contract with SAFCA, the study team (Wood Rogers, cbec, MBK, ICF, and David Sill) in collaboration with the steering committee (SAFCA, Larsen Wurzel & Associates, Westervelt Ecological Services, DWR._.
cbec is developing a current conditions digital elevation model (DEM) and HEC-RAS two-dimensional (2D) hydrodynamic model of the lower American River for the Sacramento Water Forum and the Sacramento Area._.
A cornerstone project for cbec, spanning multiple years, and with various project team configurations, this West Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency (WSAFCA) project’s goal is to set back parts of._.
Lower American River, Lake Natoma and Folsom Reservoir Hydrodynamic and Water Temperature Modeling Project
cbec has developed and applied a variety of hydrodynamic and water temperature models for the American River, Lake Natoma and Folsom Reservoir.
The Project (also referred to previously as “Daguerre Alley”) is designed to restore and enhance ecosystem processes with a primary focus on enhancing productive juvenile salmonid rearing habitat to increase._.
Project Overview. Network 2 and 3 Modeled Inundation. cbec was contracted by Westlands Water District to develop the largest restoration project to date in the Lower Yolo Bypass in Yolo._.
Wildlife at College Lake College Lake inundation The focus of this project was to develop a multi-objective management plan for College Lake that enhances opportunities for flood reduction, agricultural water._.
cbec provided restoration/rehabilitation design services for Cordova Creek. Our approach to habitat restoration design and planning included three co-equal goals of the project: habitat quality, aesthetics, and functionality. Multiple stakeholders._.
cbec was contracted to assist in the design and creation of habitat enhancement features on Dry Creek below Warm Springs Dam in Sonoma County.
Engineered log jam in channel supports floodplain reconnection on left bank where berm was removed. Simulated floodplain inundation for a 2-year event for pre-project and post-project conditions. cbec developed designs,._.