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Ecosystems Northwest is a ecological consulting firm owned and operated by Kim Mattson. 

Mattson has a Ph.D. in ecosystems ecology and has over 20 years experience in scientific research, applied surveys, data analysis, and written document preparation. 

Mattson has expertise in soils and carbon cycling, carbon sequestration options, streams and riparian habitat, and general application of ecological principles to management problems.

Clients include federal government, watershed councils, private forest firms, non-profits, and Indian tribes. 

  

Company background

Ecosystems Northwest was established as a sole-proprietorship in 1994 by Kim Mattson in Corvallis, Oregon; the main office was moved to Mount Shasta, California in 1999.  Mattson has a Ph.D. in ecology 1985 from the University of Georgia, has performed research on forests, soils, and ecosystems, and published in the peer-reviewed literature.  Mattson formed Ecosystems Northwest in order to satisfy his desire to work more independently and work on applied problems.   Ecosystems Northwest employs between 4 and 8 surveyors per year on a project-by-project basis. Contracts have been completed for Federal government, watershed councils, Indian tribes, forest industries, and private parties.

  

Kim Mattson, Ph.D. ecologist and owner: 

"I enjoy working with individual clients to come up with solutions to their problems. I combine my experiences in ecosystem behavior and field survey management to provide science-based data for all projects."

  

Click here to view resume/biographic sketch of Kim Mattson

 

  Contact information

Ecosystems Northwest
189 Shasta Av, Mount Shasta, CA 96067
(530) 926-4136
Email: Mattson@EcosystemsNorthwest.com


 



Performing natural resources services such as field surveys, data analysis, and written syntheses.

   

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