At the core of our consulting practice is a deep commitment to finding practical solutions to important environmental problems, based on sound science. In pursuit of this goal, LimnoTech has pioneered a number of technological advances (see The LimnoTech story). We have developed new mathematical models to help our clients make better resource management decisions. We’ve also promoted the integration of data, mapping, and models, and the use of forensic laboratory, field, and geostatistical methods. Working with a large and diverse client base across the nation motivates us to remain focused on the twin goals of sound science and management utility.
Leaders in their respective applied research areas, LimnoTech’s principal investigators have made significant contributions to the body of scientific knowledge and literature. Our scientists and engineers actively participate in numerous conferences and expert panels, publishing technical papers in peer-reviewed literature and delivering presentations at national professional meetings. We partner regularly with our colleagues in universities and research organizations on regional and national studies to continually advance the state of the science.
Please see Publications for a list of titles of published articles and professional presentations prepared by members of our staff. Visit the Our people section for profiles describing individual backgrounds and accomplishments. And consider partnering with LimnoTech for your next research or grant-funded project.
"Your presentation was greatly appreciated for its scientific content on Great Lakes eutrophication. This is a good example of an old issue in need of some new science . . . Thanks for presenting the issues in such a coherent fashion."
Peter Boyer, International Joint Commission Science Advisory Board, Windsor, Ontario
"[LimnoTech’s] products have included innovative approaches to overall scientific issues and also to the technical details of model applications. The models and their applications exhibit a high degree of certainty."
Russell Kreis Jr., Large Lakes and Rivers Research Station, U.S. EPA