Are you aware of the importance of 3 factor identification during a Wetland Delineation?

Date: May 13, 2021

Marsh with moss and algae floating on top of the water with trees surrounding the water in background

Are you aware of the importance of 3 factor identification during a Wetland Delineation? This process acts as a way to verify things are as they seem at your project site. The 3 factor ID checks each against the other to verify the wetland boundary. Of the 3, soil is the most important because sometimes vegetation can sustain growth in areas where they are not common. Hydrology can be impacted by weather. Reach out to our Environmental Professionals to learn more!




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