MBC biologists are actively involved in the design and implementation of mitigation and restoration programs. These programs involved extensive planning, field, and laboratory work, as well as data analysis to document the success or failure of these programs. The restoration requirements, procedures, results and recommendations, and the impacts of restoration upon resident biota were detailed in cooperation with the National Marine Fisheries Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Army Corps of Engineers, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, and the California Coastal Commission.
MBC assessed the environmental impacts of Unocal's planned replacement of sections of an offshore pipeline between Platform Gina and the onshore oil separator facility at Mandalay Beach (Ventura County).Read more
MBC assisted a client in San Diego with implementation of the Convair Lagoon eelgrass mitigation plan.Read more
El Segundo Energy Center
Los Angeles Dept. of Water and Power
Michael Baker International
Port of Los Angeles
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers