Emily has more than 17 years of environmental consulting experience assisting public (local, state, and federal), private, and non-profit clients. Her expertise pertains to the collection, analysis and/or interpretation of water quality data within estuary, river, and lake systems.
Emily has extensive experience in the development of water quality management plans, impaired waters and Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) evaluations, and quantitative analysis of hydrobiological datasets. She has managed the implementation of multiple monitoring efforts which translated into permit compliance or the identification of potential restoration projects designed to improve water quality through subsequent data analysis and interpretation.
Emily’s projects range from identifying source water protection of valuable drinking water supplies to developing water clarity targets to ensure adequate seagrass protection. She has authored and co-authored several publications and has made technical presentations in her field.