A hydrographic and sediment study was recently conducted on a retention pond to provide a information to help with proper management. It’s important to know how much sediment and other material accumulates in retention basins to insure that it’s functioning properly. The image below shows the sediment thickness found by the sediment probes and sonar technology.
The Mapping Network performed an intake hydrographic survey on the Missouri River.
The Mapping Network provided an interim post-dredge survey for a Department of Natural Resources. We provided a hydrographic survey and created a comparison model to calculate the amount of sediment removed from the area.
The Mapping Network conducted a hydrographic and topography survey for several trout ponds. They utilized Odom Sonar, Trimble RTK GPS, and Hypack to create the bathymetry. For the topography they used Trimble RTK GPS for control and a UAV / Drone to collect the images that produced the orthographic image and topography contours. All data was then input into ArcGIS for final processing.
The Mapping Network just completed a lake survey for a property owner association. The lake has experienced significant sediment in the coves and main river inlet over the years. The Mapping Network sampled the sediment structure and mapped the sludge thickness to help the client in the dredging bid process. Part of the report included understanding sources of sediment and how activity within the watershed will ultimately affect the lake. Below is a map showing the lake map (in blue) and it’s 2,017 acre watershed.
Below is a heat map that show the locations of all our projects over the past few years. These projects range from bathymetry, sediment studies for dredging projects, pre and post dredge surveys, water capacity studies, uav/drone land mapping and imagery, and 3d modeling.
The Mapping Network previously conducted a hydrographic survey to analyze the amount of sediment in a lake. After determining cost of sediment removal, the lake owner decided to dredge specific locations of sediment. The Mapping Network was able to perform volume calculations on the precise boundaries without any additional surveying.