CSA, founded in 1970 as a marine environmental consulting firm, specializes in multidisciplinary projects concerning potential environmental impacts of activities in coastal and marine ecosystems and offers a wide variety of desktop and field survey services to support our clients worldwide.
CSA has successfully conducted thousands of studies for more than 600 clients in 79 countries, including nearly 60 in the Tropics. Our nearly five decades of experience in marine studies from local rivers to the deep ocean includes sampling, monitoring, mapping, permitting, baseline surveys, impact assessment, and mitigation. CSA is headquartered in Stuart, Florida with domestic branch offices in Tampa, Florida; Houston, Texas; and Houma, Louisiana as well as international offices in Brazil, Trinidad, Qatar, Western Australia, and the Eastern Mediterranean. As members of TRACE International, CSA is committed to the ethical conduct of business in our activities and those of our partners.
The CSA team is composed of leaders in research and the environmental consulting industry with specialties in water quality monitoring, water and sediment sampling, deep water imaging, sampling design, statistical analysis, protected species assessments, habitat characterization, monitoring studies, impact assessments, environmental permitting, and land and hydrographic surveying.
CSA Marine Environmental Services
CSA to Present Vessel Strike Risk Model at State of the Science Workshop
CSA’s senior scientist Mary Jo Barkaszi will be presenting at the State of the Science Workshop on Wildlife and Offshore Wind on November 19th in the Cumulative Impacts Session. Her talk, titled Vessel Encounter Risk Model Tool, will summarize the development of a vessel strike risk…
November 13th, 2020
CSA Scientists Complete Coral Relocation Effort Prior to COVID-19 Outbreak
CSA Ocean Sciences Inc. (CSA) scientists completed a coral relocation project for the Port Authority of Guam immediately before the COVID-19 pandemic brought most of the world to a screeching halt. The project was required prior to significant repairs to Hotel Wharf in Apra Harbor,…
July 2nd, 2020