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GPS Lake Map Used to Create Dredging Plan

Bathymetric Lake Mapping was performed by Greg Grimes with Aquatic Environmental Services for a landowner in rural Georgia.

The purpose of this project involved mapping the current lake depths and isolating areas for future dredging.  In order to avoid large costs and help the owner budget for sediment removal, Aquatic Environmental Services located the areas where the current depth was less than four feet, which will be the dredging zone.  The mapping techniques utilized in this project helps Aquatic Environmental Services accurately calculate and isolate areas of high sedimentation for removal and helps the property manager budget accordingly.  This powerful information allows for smart management and planning decisions and will serve as a baseline for future projects.

Map showing area less than 4 feet deep which will be dredged to produce a minimum depth of 4 feet. The brown color-shades show the amount of material to be excavated.

The Mapping Network is an industry leader in Hydrographic Surveys, Bathymetry, Geographic Information Systems Consulting, Data Conversion, and GPS Data Collection.  We specialize in terrain and sub-surface (bathymetry) GPS mapping.   If you are serious about maintaining  a high-quality golf course, lake or pond, be sure you have the ability to make the best decisions,  get your resource mapped by the professionals at The Mapping Network.   Give us a call or send an e-mail to find out more details.

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Aquatic Environmental Services, Inc offers a wide range of lake management and fisheries management services to residential, commercial, and private lake owners throughout Georgia and the southeast. We have been providing these quality services since 1996. AES has the experience and education necessary to provide unsurpassed lake and fishery services.  We have selected only the best products available for resale to our customers. Since the year 2000 we have performed services on over 2000 bodies of water.
Aquatic Environmental Services, Inc now has two divisions. Our Lake Management Division (LMD) emphasis is on maximizing the aesthetic appeal of a body of water while our Fishery Management Division (FMD) travels the southeast helping our clients grow big fish. Please visit these pages to find out more specific information on how we can help you with your lake management.

Our staff is comprised of three degreed fishery biologists. Mike Rosa heads LMD and has his B.S. in Fisheries from the University of Georgia. Matthew Morgan is supervisor for FMD and obtained his degree from the famed fishery management program at Auburn University. Greg Grimes, President of AES, obtained his masters in Fisheries from the University of Georgia in 1998 at which time he began the expansion of AES that continues today.

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GPS Lake Map Used to Create Dredging Plan

Bathymetric Lake Mapping was performed by Greg Grimes with Aquatic Environmental Services for a landowner in rural Georgia.

The purpose of this project involved mapping the current lake depths and isolating areas for future dredging.  In order to avoid large costs and help the owner budget for sediment removal, Aquatic Environmental Services located the areas where the current depth was less than four feet, which will be the dredging zone.  The mapping techniques utilized in this project helps Aquatic Environmental Services accurately calculate and isolate areas of high sedimentation for removal and helps the property manager budget accordingly.  This powerful information allows for smart management and planning decisions and will serve as a baseline for future projects.

Map showing area less than 4 feet deep which will be dredged to produce a minimum depth of 4 feet. The brown color-shades show the amount of material to be excavated.

The Mapping Network provides the highest quality and is the most affordable bathymetric mapping system on the market today.  If you are serious about maintaining  a high-quality lake or pond, be sure you have the ability to make the best decisions,  get your lake mapped by the professionals at The Mapping Network.   Give us a call or send an e-mail to find out more details.

phone:  (402) 241-8177

e-mail: info@themappingnetwork.com

website: www.themappingnetwork.com

Aquatic Environmental Services, Inc offers a wide range of lake management and fisheries management services to residential, commercial, and private lake owners throughout Georgia and the southeast. We have been providing these quality services since 1996. AES has the experience and education necessary to provide unsurpassed lake and fishery services.  We have selected only the best products available for resale to our customers. Since the year 2000 we have performed services on over 2000 bodies of water.
Aquatic Environmental Services, Inc now has two divisions. Our Lake Management Division (LMD) emphasis is on maximizing the aesthetic appeal of a body of water while our Fishery Management Division (FMD) travels the southeast helping our clients grow big fish. Please visit these pages to find out more specific information on how we can help you with your lake management.

Our staff is comprised of three degreed fishery biologists. Mike Rosa heads LMD and has his B.S. in Fisheries from the University of Georgia. Matthew Morgan is supervisor for FMD and obtained his degree from the famed fishery management program at Auburn University. Greg Grimes, President of AES, obtained his masters in Fisheries from the University of Georgia in 1998 at which time he began the expansion of AES that continues today.

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Intelligent Dredging with GPS Lake Mapping

Save Significant Money on Dredging Projects!

Integrated Lakes Management (ILM) recently completed a mapping project for a Chicago metro homeowners association.  The purpose of this project involved sediment monitoring for future dredging.  In order to avoid large costs and help property managers budget for sediment removal, ILM located the high priority areas of sediment accumulation and determined the need and location for dredging.  The mapping techniques utilized in this project helps ILM accurately calculate in-situ sediment volume and accumulation over time.  Thus, ILM is able to accurately isolate areas of high sedimentation for removal and help property managers budget accordingly.  This powerful information allows for smart management decisions and will save thousands of dollars in the future.

Map showing sediment depth. Individual depth points and color-shaded depth is shown. A great tool for understanding areas needing sediment removal.
Map showing sediment depth. Individual depth points and color-shaded depth is shown. A great tool for understanding areas needing sediment removal.

More information on Integrated Lakes Management, Inc can be found on their website:  www.lakesmanagement.com

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Cost-Effective Sediment Monitoring with GPS Lake Mapping

GPS Lake Map to Monitor Sediment Levels

Integrated Lakes Management (ILM) recently completed a mapping project for a Chicago metro property association.  GPS Lake mapping was conducted on site to reveal the actual depths of the water and sedimentation.  The primary purpose of this project involved sediment monitoring for future dredging.  In order to avoid large costs and help property managers budget for sediment removal, ILM located the high priority areas of sediment accumulation and determined the need and location for dredging.  The mapping techniques utilized in this project helps ILM accurately calculate in-situ sediment volume and accumulation over time.  This lake mapping results provided the baseline depth profile needed for ILM to accurately isolate areas of high sedimentation for removal and help property managers budget accordingly.  This powerful information allows for smart management decisions and will save thousands of dollars in the future.  The maps below show how the resulting GPS Lake Mapping Survey helped visualize where the high areas of sedimentation are located.  Please note the maps are compressed and the quality is significantly reduced.  For high resolution examples please contact ILM or The Mapping Network.

Color-shaded lake depths created from bathymetric survey

Sediment Thickness 3D model created from manual measurements in the field

More information on Integrated Lakes Management, Inc can be found on their website:  www.lakesmanagement.com

The Mapping Network:  www.TheMappingNetwork.com

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Efficiently Monitor Sediment with GPS Lake Mapping

Integrated Lakes Management (ILM) recently completed a mapping project for a Chicago metro homeowners association.  The purpose of this project involved sediment monitoring for future dredging.  In order to avoid large costs and help property managers budget for sediment removal, ILM located the high priority areas of sediment accumulation and determined the need and location for dredging.  The mapping techniques utilized in this project helps ILM accurately calculate in-situ sediment volume and accumulation over time.  Thus, ILM is able to accurately isolate areas of high sedimentation for removal and help property managers budget accordingly.  This powerful information allows for smart management decisions and will save thousands of dollars in the future.

Map showing sediment depth. Individual depth points and color-shaded depth is shown. A great tool for understanding areas needing sediment removal.

Map showing sediment depth. Individual depth points and color-shaded depth is shown. A great tool for understanding areas needing sediment removal.

More information on Integrated Lakes Management, Inc can be found on their website:  www.lakesmanagement.com

The Mapping Network:  www.TheMappingNetwork.com

A Nationwide Network of GPS Mapping Professionals