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Senior Ecologist Nick Buhbe Joins Great Ecology’s San Diego Office

Great Ecology and Nautilus Environmental are pleased to announce Nick Buhbe’s transition to Great Ecology team as a Senior Ecologist. Nick is an accomplished ecologist with 18 years of experience. His diverse portfolio of clients and projects has focused on managing multidisciplinary studies supporting infrastructure development projects related to water supply, navigation, and waterfront facilities. Nick’s expertise in formulating monitoring programs, restoration projects, and site-specific assessment strategies will complement and expand the core capabilities of Great Ecology.

In the past few years, Great Ecology and Nautilus Environmental have developed a strong collaborative relationship enhancing our complementary services. Nick’s transition to Great Ecology will strengthen the relationship between Nautilus and Great Ecology, promoting ongoing collaboration while improving and expanding both firm’s capabilities.

Great Ecology’s President, Dr. Mark Laska, welcomes Nick to our San Diego team. “Nick Buhbe’s skills and expertise will enhance Great Ecology’s interdisciplinary team, allowing us to expand our services and projects, specifically in Southern California. In addition, we look forward to the continued collaboration with Nautilus Environmental. ”

Nautilus Founder and CEO, Marilyn O’Neill, also sees Nick’s transition as a positive step in our collaborative relationship. “It allows both of our firms to commit resources and align our primary capabilities to complement each other’s core strengths. It’s an exciting way to build partnerships that serve both our staff and clients.”

Nick joins the Great Ecology team on Thursday, October 4. To speak to him directly, contact him at (858) 750-3201 or NBuhbe@GreatEcology.com.

To learn more about Nautilus Environmental and talk to Marilyn, please contact her at (858) 587-7333 x 204 or Marilyn@NautilusEnvironmental.com.

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