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If you’re looking to learn more about species biology and natural history to help answer your research questions, let our seasoned staff walk you through it. Each member of our team has a strong background in terrestrial and aquatic ecology and management as well as the ability to translate complex content into tangible solutions for your organization.

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Waterborne offers a variety of expert services for conducting research on species biology and natural history such as:

  • Literature searches & research on species biology and natural history (e.g. open literature, government databases, regional experts)
  • Systematic associations of hazard values from ecotoxicity studies with other species (e.g. endangered species)
  • Analysis of species-specific biology and natural history attributes, including spatial and temporal patterns, habitat use, dietary variety and selection, reproductive strategies and other species dependencies
  • Analysis of specific attributes such as metabolic rates, body size, growth stage, life-stage, etc.
  • Identification of any other species-specific information relevant for the risk assessment and population modeling