Eric Donaldson a project manager and senior geomorphologist and hydrologist and a Registered Professional Geologist in California, he specializes in coastal, fluvial, and hillslope geomorphology and hydrology to solve complex problems in water-based ecosystems. He has managed, designed, and conducted a wide variety geomorphic assessments and analyses including sediment-transport studies; surface/groundwater interactions; restoration and fish passage designs and, evaluates constructed restoration projects for success. Eric is a skilled communicator and excels at conveying the most complex geomorphic, hydrologic and engineering concepts to achieve sustainable restoration and management solutions. In particular, he has been successful in assisting clients with regulatory and multiple stakeholder negotiations, while meeting restoration and constructability goals of a restoration project. In addition, Eric provides our clients with EIR and water rights support through climate change analysis and hydrologic model development. He has extensive experience with collection and analysis of topographic, hydrologic and geomorphic data, for hillslope, riverine, estuarine, and coastal restoration projects, including, hydrologic field studies in diverse settings, fish passage assessments, stream and habitat restoration, and water quality. Lastly, Eric is an advanced surveyor and uses remote-sensing instrumentation applied to GIS platforms.