Tetra Tech is an industry leader in developing and applying cutting-edge solutions for our clients.

Tetra Tech’s experts build models based on an in-depth understanding of the fundamental nature of systems, a strong field data collection and interpretation program, and computer-aided geographic mapping and visualization tools. Our expertise in simulating and predicting how climate change will impact the behavior of physical, biological, and chemical components of natural and manmade systems provides our clients with the data they need to make informed decisions.

Our visualization team creates accurate simulations to predict potential climate change impacts on communities and projects and communicates this information effectively to regulatory agencies and project stakeholders. In addition, we develop innovative mobile and web-based collection tools to strengthen the validity and accuracy of data and to visualize data in real time using graphics and dashboards.

Our Capabilities

  • Visualization simulation
  • Climate change hazard and risk models
  • Hydrologic and hydrodynamic models
  • Information technology solutions and mobile applications
  • Remote sensing and GIS
  • Local code review to identify and address code barriers to green infrastructure and low impact development stormwater management

 

Thought Leadership

Green infrastructure

Tetra Tech Green Infrastructure/Low Impact Development Code Review Checklist Tool

Helping local governments make codes and ordinances more climate resilient

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TV White Space

TV White Space

Using technology to improve fisheries management and sustainability in the Philippines

ePORT

Electronic Program Observation, Reporting, and Tracking (ePORT)

Increasing learning, accountability, and project performance through cloud-based data collection, analyses, and visualization tools

Global Carbon Cycling Model

Global Carbon Cycling Model

Predicting future atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide

Climate Change National Water Study Sujoy

National-Scale Assessment of Water Availability in the Year 2050

Evaluating the sustainability of projected water demands in the United States under future climate change scenarios