Adam Hoyles

Location: Jacksonville, Florida
Website: http://t.co/s2Ey9ubHFF


Mr. Hoyles is a wildlife biologist with primary experience in listed species, wetland, and environmental permitting related tasks. He has performed wetland delineations, alternatives analysis, and functional analysis on multiple projects in Florida and Georgia implementing the latest techniques of field sampling and spatial analysis using GIS software. He is proficient with successfully coordinating projects with many regulatory agencies simultaneously. Experience includes work as a fisheries biologist and as a botanist. Experience and skills include: •FAA Wildlife Hazard Assessments (WHA) •Wildlife Hazard Management Plans (WHMP) •FAA NEPA Environmental Assessment •Wetland delineation (including training of others) •Habitat assessment and evaluation •Endangered species sampling and permitting •GPS post processing and differential correction •GIS (ArcGIS 9.2) •Wetland Rapid Assessment Procedure (WRAP) •Alternatives analysis •Uniform Wetland Assessment Method (UMAM) •Mitigation planning and design •Expert witness As a project manager, his responsibilities include developing proposals, timing, and cost estimates. Responsibilities in the field include providing technical training and supervision of field personnel. He has fourteen years of experience in completing wetland delineations defined by the federal and state regulatory agencies as well as determining the ecological quality of wetlands. He has conducted Florida black bear sampling in Clay, and Putnam Counties. Recent wildlife permits include gopher tortoise permits, excavations, and relocations. Mr. Hoyles is responsible for preparing and providing supporting information for environmental permits issued by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Florida Department of Environmental Protection, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the St. Johns Water Management District. NEPA experience includes an FAA Environmental Assessment for an Airport in Brantley County, Georgia.