ABRA’s Pipeline Compliance Surveillance (CSI) program is seeking assistance from knowledgeable individuals who can participate as CSI Aerial Photo Reviewers. Although we especially seek the help of professionals with erosion and sediment control, stormwater management, and other water-resource backgrounds, the involvement of others is welcomed and encouraged. Aerial Photo Reviewers will perform the important task of reviewing aerial imagery and other information related to Atlantic Coast Pipeline construction in order to evaluate both compliance with regulatory requirements and the effectiveness of runoff control measures.

Pipeline construction at Grassy Run in Upshur County, West Virginia. An example
of the kind of photos that photo reviewers would be examining.

The Pipeline Air Force is currently obtaining hundreds of aerial photos of the 200-mile western mountainous section of the ACP construction route every one-to-two weeks. The photos, along with approved project construction plans and information concerning environmental requirements, can be accessed using the online CSI Mapping System and through the CSI website.  Aerial Photo Reviewers will be able to work from any location with access to the internet.  See the CSI Aerial Photo Reviewer Guidebook for an overview.

Persons interested in becoming reviewers, please click here.

ABRA-CSI Seeks Help with Aerial Photo Review
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