Emma Goodwin, a Balance hydrologist, graduated from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, in 2018. Shortly after, she started her work at Balance. She has now been with us for about three years and has become an essential part of Balance's team. This video celebrates her and how she has grown into her [...]
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Balance recognizes that one of the most dynamic forces of change in meadow systems is beavers. While we push forward with restoration design strategies to raise the water table and restore channel-floodplain connectivity, beavers are often already hard at work doing just this. When approaching a restoration project, our field investigation aims to document [...]
Pond-IT Goes Open-Source! In Mediterranean and arid climates, seasonal ponds play important roles for native species, who's life cycles coincide with pond inundation duration and timing, or “hydroperiod.” In California, anthropogenically-formed cattle ponds can be valuable aquatic habitat for listed amphibians such as frogs, salamanders, and turtles, but with anticipated changes in climate, these features [...]
Here at Balance, we have an annual company-wide photo contest. Employees are given minimal guidelines: 1) The photo must be related to Balance, preferably a project. 2) Staff can enter as many photos as they’d like. We received 37 entries from 10 staff members whose photos included staff, their children, their dogs, field days, water-related, [...]
A common passion for Balance staff and many of our clients is a love for the natural world and the joy of seeing wildlife in their natural habitat, especially a newly restored habitat. Say hello to a few of our field-friends, to name a few, a beautiful mountain lion on Bear River near the [...]
Today marks Ed Ballman’s 21st year with Balance – Happy Anniversary Ed! He leads the technical direction of Balance’s 1D and 2D hydrologic and hydraulics modeling efforts for fluvial and floodplain restoration projects, this work may include alternative analysis, modeling shear stresses, fish passage, depth analysis – relative to habitat needs, flooding, sediment studies, [...]
International Conference Wood in World Rivers | January 7-11, 2019 | Valdivia, Chile Presenting: Anne Senter "Wood export prediction at the watershed scale" Nevada Water Resources Association Annual Conference | January 28-31, 2019 | Reno, NV Attending: David Shaw, Ben Trustman California Land Conservation Conference | March 20-22, 2019 | Pacific Grove, CA Balance sponsored! [...]
Here at Balance Hydrologics we are thankful for so many things, our clients who have allowed us to work on interesting and challenging projects, our colleagues and the comradery that carries us through storm monitoring – even on Thanksgiving, and our shared goal and passion to improve our environment whether it’s in the urban [...]
Balance Hydrologics in partnership with Carmel River watershed stakeholders is pleased to announce a dedicated session entitled Carmel River Watershed: Managing and Restoring for Sea-to-Summit Resiliency at the upcoming 9th National Summit on Coastal and Estuarine Restoration and Management Conference to be held December 8-13, 2018 at the Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center [...]
June 22nd is Bring your Dog to Work day! Not all Balance offices have the privilege of having our dogs at work, but we're sure happy to go home to them! When safety allows you may see a Balance dog working hard in the field, inspecting large wood placements along a restored river, reading [...]