Miller Ecological Consultants has worked with hundreds of projects with dozens of clients in the past 40+ years. Below is a sampling of some of the impactful projects we have successfully completed or that are ongoing.
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Aquatic Ecology Projects
Castle and Maroon Creeks Aquatic Monitoring
City of Aspen, Colorado –
This multi-year project monitored fish, macroinvertebrates and aquatic habitat at multiple sites for baseline data to evaluate a potential hydroelectric project.
Instream Flow Projects
Alaska Energy Authority,
Developed a unique modeling approach and proof of concept habitat model using two dimensional hydraulic models, GIS data, and water quality data for eight study sites on the Susitna River in south central Alaska to quantify the potential impact of a proposed hydro-electric project on fish habitat.
Water Temperature Monitoring and Modeling Projects
Denver Water, Denver, Colorado
Conducted a dynamic water temperature modeling on a 24 mile section of the Fraser River, Colorado and tributaries for Denver Water to determine the potential change in hourly water temperatures for several water management alternatives and water year types.
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Fish Passage Projects
Walker River Piaute Tribe and Bureau
of Indian Affairs, Schurz, Nevada
Provided the conceptual design and coordinated with design engineers on a fish passage incorporated into an irrigation reservoir on the Walker River, Nevada. The fish passage was designed as a nature-like fishway using criteria for federally listed Lahontan cutthroat trout.
Threatened And Endangered Species Projects
Southern Ute Indian Tribe,
Science advisor and representative on the Biology Committee for the Tribe on the Recovery Program. The purpose of the Recovery Program is to delist and downlist the endangered Colorado Pikeminnow and Razorback Sucker in the San Juan River.