Land Use and Natural Resources
Riverside assists in the management of water, plant life, land, and other natural resources within the demands of our society.
Riverside provides planning and survey support for National Wildlife Refuge System (NWRS) Inventory and Monitoring (I&M) projects in Fort Collins, Colorado. NWRS uses I&M surveys to assess the status and trends of refuge lands, waters, plants and wildlife, as well as their responses to management actions. The national I&M initiative coordinates the design, collection, retention, and analysis of critical scientific information across the Refuge System. The Riverside team assists with development of Inventory and Monitoring Plans, rigorous scientific protocols, and support tools to help fulfill I&M objectives.
Riverside provides IT support services to the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Fort Collins, Colorado. NRCS works with landowners, land operators, and others through conservation planning and assistance to benefit the soil, water, air, plants, and animals for productive lands and healthy ecosystems. The Riverside team builds science-based technology, tools, and applications to help people understand, preserve and increase the productivity of our natural resources.
Riverside provided support services to the Department of Interior, US Geological Survey (USGS) Northeast Servicing Area. To assist the USGS in fulfilling its mission, Riverside provided science and technical support services in the areas of administrative; program management services; research/science; data and information management; computer systems administration, operations, and maintenance; geospatial applications, modeling, and associated technologies; web and database applications; and technical project management.