Thirty six years of experience conducting environmental investigations in aquatic, marine, and terrestrial ecosystem. Experienced in all aspects of environmental investigations from project planning/design to field surveys, wetlands assessments, data collection, management and presentation, technical report writing, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) application development, geo-integration, database analysis and cartographic presentation.
A strong ecological foundation, along with an appetite for ever-expanding technologies allows him to provide effective spatial information management resources to engineers, scientists, risk assessors and other technically-oriented clients, including sophisticated spatial analysis tools, real-time data acquisition, database design, automation, and access, as well as the highest quality cartographic presentation available.
Career began as a research assistant at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia studying natural lakes in northeastern Pennsylvania. Later began to concentrate on water resource investigations, primarily storm water management/planning and risk assessment projects where digital information management skills were acquired.
Currently working as an independent contractor bringing spatial analysis to community planning documents including storm water MS4/TMDL plans, Act 537 Sewage Facility Plans, Comprehensive Plans, and Conservation Easement Plans. Provides GIS support to environmental consulting firms conducting RI/FS activities at Superfund sites, environmental, ecological and human health risk assessments. Will continue to offered extensive field experience to future national disaster response efforts like the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, and Gold King Mine Release.