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Some of the foregoing terminology, used widely in various forms in the health and medical sciences, may be confusing to environmental scientists (chemists, biologists, toxicologists, and engineers).
Mitsch, an environmental scientist at Ohio State University in Columbus.
From March to May, there should be very little water in the swamp," says David Tomasko, a senior environmental scientist with the district, "but it has stayed wet for the entire dry season for ten to fifteen years now.
Environmental scientist Betty Olson has established an Olympic-style training camp for such microbes in her lab, where the organisms exercise against mercury-contaminated river sediment from Oak Ridge in a microcosm of the natural environment.
BCES, a principal environmental scientist based in Geosyntec's Princeton office, has been appointed to serve a three-year term on the Certification by Eminence Committee of the American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists(AAEES).
This article highlights three occupations in the consulting services industry: management analyst, market research analyst, and environmental scientist and specialist.
Jeremy Stehle is a new environmental scientist at ECCI in Little Rock.
Dr Pachauri is an economist and environmental scientist who has been chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) since 2002.
Coastal geologist Orrin Pilkey and environmental scientist Linda Pilkey-Jarvis demonstrate in USELESS ARITHMETIC that the math models of policy makers and government administrators are flawed.
After a disaster, the control of arsenic-treated wood is "way down the list" of priorities, says environmental scientist John D.
Carter, a marine geologist and environmental scientist at Australia's James Cook University.
Government regulators protect the public from harmful food additives much of the time, but there are obvious holes in the system, says Craig Minowa, an environmental scientist with the Minnesota-based Organic Consumers Association.

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