AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Watershed and channel assessments
Hazard and risk assessments
Mitigation design and construction services
Hydrology and hydraulics
Mining projects (exploration
sites and active mines)
Northern and Arctic projects
Flood, Erosion, Debris Floods, Debris Flows, Avulsions
WATERSHED AND CHANNEL STABILITY ASSESSMENTS
Evaluation of overall watershed stability, and lateral / vertical channel stability.
MINING SECTOR - EXPLORATION SITES AND ACTIVE MINES
Installations of stations, data collection, and analysis of hydrometric and meteorological data for numerous sites.
Water balance and runoff assessments for tailings ponds including evaluation of inlet and outlet channel conditions.
NORTHERN AND ARCTIC PROJECTS
Fluvial geomorphic and hydrology expertise for design of creek crossings for overland (all season) roads.
HYDROLOGY AND HYDRAULICS
Installation of hydrometric and meteorological stations, including data analysis.
Reservoir sediment studies, assessment of historic streams, culvert inspections, dredge grade analysis and bathymetric surveys of watercourses.
Drainage design and stormwater management for numerous urban communities.
AND CONSTRUCTION SERVICES
Design of flood and erosion mitigation protection as well as construction services
Develop watershed and channel rehabilitation prescriptions, river restoration, fish habitat and riparian compensation including enhancement and creation, flood and erosion protection, construction drawings and construction inspection.
DRONE AERIAL IMAGES
Drones allow us to capture high-resolution orthomosaics of the sites current conditions including watercourses and watersheds. The drone can also quickly access areas which could otherwise be unsafe, difficult to access, or may only be accessible by helicopter.
We can generate accurate geotiffs, and calculate relative elevations and volume estimates.
DRONE (UAV) AERIAL IMAGING
Drones allow us to capture high-resolution nadir and oblique images of the sites current conditions including watercourses and watersheds. The drone can also quickly access areas which could otherwise be unsafe, difficult to access, or may only be accessible by helicopter.
JAMIE STIRLING M.Sc., P.Geo.
A Geomorphologist specializing in fluvial systems, including sediment transport, hydrological processes, mitigative design, construction services and hazard and risk assessments. Registered as a P.Geo. in both British Columbia and Alberta.
He has a wide range of project management experience including extensive experience with a multitude of field and laboratory studies, including air photo interpretation, deployment of meters and instruments, dendrochronology, carbon dating, surveying, lab techniques, and sampling studies.
Types of project experience include geohazard assessments (flood, erosion, debris floods and debris flows), watershed assessments and channel stability assessments, mitigation design and construction services, hydrology and hydraulics, mining projects (exploration sites and active mines) and northern and Arctic projects.
His project management experience encompasses all of the above areas including fluvial and terrain geomorphology, sedimentology, pedology, hydrology, drainage design, stormwater management, natural hazards assessments and risk assessments. He also has significant experience working with First Nations, the oil and gas industry, the fisheries industry, and the mining sector.
North Vancouver, BC
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