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Meet the NatureMetrics Infrastructure Team
ERICA DHOLOOSECTOR HEAD - INFRASTRUCTURE
Erica is building business, innovation and collaboration opportunities for cutting-edge eDNA-based monitoring and metrics with clients delivering UK and global infrastructure projects, with a key focus on where eDNA data can add value to the infrastructure project lifecycle and mitigation hierarchy for environmental risks and opportunities.
SUZIE PLATTSBUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER - INFRASTRUCTURE
Suzie is an infrastructure Business Development Manager overseeing the expansion and development of eDNA based methods within infrastructure projects both within the UK and abroad. She specialises in great crested newt eDNA within the UK as well as eDNA for protected species surveys within infrastructure.
NATALIE WOOLLACOTTBUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER - INFRASTRUCTURE
Suzie is an infrastructure Business Natalie works with clients from the infrastructure sector to support relative industries to create innovative solutions that substitutes or supports traditional methods of surveying and monitoring for biodiversity, with a focus on the project cost/time saving benefits.
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Jacobs was contracted by Transport Scotland to undertake an impact assessment for a major road widening project. This had determined that compensatory woodland planting was required, and soil translocation had been proposed as a measure to improve the success of the new habitat creation.
Norfolk Rivers Trust used eDNA to track the UK endemic white-clawed crayfish (WCC), and the invasive signal crayfish in UK rivers. This project gave a valuable insight into crayfish distributions with directly applicable management outcomes.
When WWF Peru approached us to help survey six aquatic species including Amazon manatees, pink river dolphins and migratory catfish along the Marañon river in the Northern Peruvian Amazon as part of their Healthy Rivers programme, we knew that our aquatic eDNA service would prove an invaluable resource.
Wild Frontier Ecology (WFE) wanted to conduct invertebrate surveys at a new wind farm in Northamptonshire to inform the Habitat Improvement Plan for the site. NatureMetrics conducted DNA metabarcoding analyses to identify the diverse species present in samples collected by WFE.
We offer a non-invasive survey to detect species in water using their DNA, with data processing and analysis included so that the results you receive are easy to interpret and can be used for a variety of purposes including biodiversity monitoring, environmental impact assessments, invasive species monitoring, protected species detection, and academic research.
We offer a service to identify species from mixed invertebrate samples using DNA, with data processing and analysis included, so that the results you receive are easy to interpret and can be used for a variety of purposes including biodiversity monitoring, tracking effects of environmental changes, and academic research.
Our soil and sediment surveys characterise biological communities in soil and sediment using their DNA, with data processing and analysis included so that the results you receive are easy to interpret and can be used for a variety of purposes including biodiversity monitoring, environmental impact assessments, tracking progress in habitat restoration, agricultural land management, and academic research.