Marine Environmental Assessment & Numerical Modelling

Leaf Global Environmental Services have gathered experience in varying marine and coastal environments and able to solve complex environmental problems through field surveys and compliance monitoring of the marine environment. The environmental team works closely with the field engineers and coastal modellers to continuously strive to serve our clients who have a need to satisfy environmental regulatory requirements. Our environmental capabilities include the following:

  • Baseline Surveys
  • Compliance monitoring, including Water and Sediment sample collection and analysis of- Physical- Chemical- Biological- Microbial- Sediment Quality
  • Fisheries
  • Seagrass survey.
  • Environmental Risk Assessment and Due Diligence
  • Underwater Photographic and Videographic Surveys
  • Agency Coordination

NUMERICAL MODELLING

Coastal Modelling is our core service since the firm's inception. Our modelling experts are proficient in the development, application and review of a broad range of tools that simulate all aspects of the coastal and marine processes and environment. Leaf Global Environmental Services provides modelling support services for Marine Environmental Impact Assessment, Optimisation of Intake and Outfall Structures, Coastal Process Modelling, Dredging, Sedimentation and Coastal erosion studies. Our modelling capabilities include the following:

COASTAL NUMERICAL MODELLING

  • Current Circulation
  • Wave Transformation
  • Wave attenuation in Harbours
  • Sediment Transport
  • Shoreline Change/Stability
  • Coastal Morphodynamics
  • Marina flushing
  • Plume dispersion
  • Oil Spill
  • Particle Tracking
  • Coastal Structure’s Performance
  • Optimisation of Coastal Outfalls

ENVIRONMENTAL NUMERICAL MODELLING

  • Water quality modelling related to rivers, estuaries, coastal waters and the sea for EIA study
  • Water quality forecast
  • Cooling water, desalination, Pollutant dispersion and recirculation
  • Dredge Spill
  • Heavy metals
  • Eutrophication
  • Xenobiotics