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JURISDICTIONAL WETLAND DETERMINATION

Project development in Florida often encounters jurisdictional wetlands.  Construction in and/or around wetlands requires specific local, state, or federal permitting with regulatory agencies.  Therefore, completion of a successful project depends on an accurate determination of the presence and amount of wetlands within a project area.  At DRMP, jurisdictional wetland limits are determined by Professional Wetland Scientists, certified by the Society of Wetland Scientists, for federal, state, or local wetland permitting.  Field evaluations include delineation of wetland limits, determination of seasonal high water elevations, GPS survey of wetland locations, and qualitative wetland assessments such as Uniform Mitigation Assessment Method (UMAM) for each wetland system, as needed for clientele and regulatory agencies.

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Florida State Unified Delineation Methodology (Section 62-301 and 62-340 FAC)
Mapping-Grade GPS Survey of Wetland
Qualitative Wetland Assessments
Seasonal High Water Elevation (SHWE) Determinations
Unified Mitigation Assessment Method (UMAM)

US Army Corps of Engineers Interim Regional Supplement to the Corps of Engineers
Wetland Delineation Manual: Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain Region
Wetland Delineations by Interpretation of Aerials and GIS Data
Wetland Limits Flagging
Wetland Rapid Assessment Procedure (WRAP)


 

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