AmaTerra News and Updates

October 24, 2017

Even though it's sliding farther and farther into the rear view mirror, how about one last little taste of summer? One staffer spent her summer conducting archaeological research on a southern Pacific island. Sounds nice... 

Dr. Katherine Seikel, AmaTerra’s laboratory m...

February 11, 2017

With TxDOT celebrating their 100th anniversary this year, the 2017 Texas Transportation Forum certainly had an excuse to look back but it was clear that their eyes are looking well into the future. The Forum covered such topics as smart vehicles, smartphone navigation...

September 17, 2016

 

Alright! AmaTerra Environmental, Inc was again included in Austin Business Journal's list of the top 50 Women-Owned Businesses. This list is based upon revenue for 2015 within businesses at least 51% woman-owned. We're one of only two environmental consulting firms to...

December 1, 2015

We recently sent out our latest issue of The AmaTerra Update, an electronic newsletter that keeps folks up on all of the exciting news from AmaTerra. Since it came out right before Thanksgiving, we had a fun idea to include a simple recipe that could be a crowd-pleaser...

Following the catastrophic Memorial Day flooding on the Blanco River in Blanco, Comal, and Hays Counties, the USGS flew the length of the river taking hundreds of handheld geo-located oblique photographs along the way.  These photographs, available at the Hazards Data...

February 24, 2015

You've seen the those nifty grooved axe blades from the recent Pineywoods survey project.  We made some nice epoxy casts to preserve them in at least one way, since the artifacts themselves have to be permanently curated. We recently had a chance to take things one ste...

October 31, 2014

In honor of AmaTerra President, Jill Madden's, Spooooooooookyyyyy birthday, AmaTerra Environmental staff participated in their annual costume contest.  With so many out in the field, we didn't have as many available to dress up, but it was still a lot of fun!  

 

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