Palmer was tasked with characterizing the geomorphic and ecologic functions of a creek in southwestern Ontario to guide future management during development of the watershed.
ClientCity of London
- Fluvial Geomorphology
- Terrestrial Ecology
- Fish & Aquatic Resources
Palmer, in partnership with KGS Group, characterized the environmental aspects of the Dingman Creek subwatershed as part of the City of London’s “complete corridor” vision. The City aims to create a riverine corridor that will benefit the natural environment and be an asset to the community.
We completed extensive field work prior to developing a database of issues and opportunities that will guide the development of several priority restoration projects. The restoration projects will ultimately provide the City with a blueprint for development within the subwatershed.
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