The Mapping Network Adds Submerged Aquatic Vegetation (SAV) and Analysis

Technology allows for invasive vegetation monitoring, ecological evaluation and eradication status.

Omaha, NE, October 31, 2012 --( The Mapping Network is proud to announce the addition of an automated submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV) mapping and analysis. Utilizing software developed by the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC-EL), The Mapping Network, and it's nationwide network of lake management professionals, have the ability to process the distinct signature of submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV) within the recorded signal to determine depth, plant height, and coverage.

"The Mapping Network is excited to offer this unique service to clients throughout the country. We really enjoy helping people make the most of their aquatic resources,” stated Steve Bartosh, President of The Mapping Network. With nationwide coverage, The Mapping Network can fulfill the demand for invasive vegetation monitoring, ecological evaluation and eradication status.

About The Mapping Network

The Mapping Network is based in Omaha, Nebraska is an industry leader in hydro-graphic surveys, bathymetry, sediment mapping, submerged aquatic vegetation mapping, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) consulting, and GPS data collection. This nationwide network of lake professionals specialize in terrain and sub-surface (bathymetry) GPS mapping by accurately mapping bodies of water, calculating the water volume, collecting sediment depth samples at critical areas and monitoring the distribution of sediment over time. The Mapping Network is comprised of a wide group of professionals specializing in all facets of lake management. Give The Mapping Network a call or send an e-mail to find out more details.
The Mapping Network
Steve Bartosh