CSP provides the capacity and resources to position projects for success in the earliest stages of planning, design, or implementation. We seek to address conservation problems proactively. Our approaches and services are particularly suited for planning and siting large projects in places where impacts to ecological integrity can be avoided or minimized. We have extensive experience developing flexible, user-friendly, spatial, decision-support packages that can help guide effective conservation planning communications and strategies. We have led or collaborated on efforts to identify conservation priorities across regional and global scales, to identify specific fishing gears with highest impacts on megafauna, and to characterize animal physiological responses to biotic and abiotic factors.
CSP has provided the Grand Canyon Trust spatial and ecological analysis of unsurpassed quality since their inception. We look forward to continuing our work with CSP as a valuable partner in science-based conservation for years to come.
CSP scientists developed an affordable, repeatable, and scientifically rigorous method to help us quantify the benefits of the use of prescribed fire and thinning projects on national forests in Arizona. We look forward to building a strong working relationship with CSP to inform the design of future conservation and monitoring projects on national forest lands.
We needed top-notch professionals who could harness spatial and statistical modeling to address complex problems and then help us understand what the analyses were showing us. CSP does not let technological barriers get in the way and their passion for their work rivals our passion for the land.
It has been great working with CSP scientists to model the distribution of feral swine in the United States. Their expertise in spatial and statistical modeling has been a tremendous help in overcoming the many technical challenges that face researchers working at very broad spatial scales. I hope to collaborate with CSP again on future projects.