PASES Aqua monitors mosquito and midge populations and habitats and recommend mitigation strategies which may involve environmental, physical, chemical, cultural and biological control procedures.
Although mosquitoes and midges play a role in the wetland ecosystem as an intermittent food resource for birds, bats, frogs, fish and invertebrates; when overabundant, they have several negative impacts and are subject to public scrutiny. These negative impacts include:
PASES Aqua can survey populations of mosquito and midge larvae, assess site habitat and recommend a successful control program which may include:
We have the drive, the passion, and the knowledge to help you. We employ the right people with a strong background in fish, and/or qualifications in Biology or Aquaculture and/or related fields