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Emily Levine, M. S.

Environmental Scientist

Primary responsibilities
Prepare environmental reports
Conduct technical research
Perform field investigations
Provide on-site environmental services

Years experience
In the environmental field since 2011

Degrees
M.S., Environmental Planning
B.S., Environmental Sciences Policy and Management

Credentials
Certified Industrial stormwater operator, Michigan
OSHA 40-hour HAZWOPER
OSHA 30-hour course for General Industry

Training
Radon Mitigation
FEMA ISM
NPDES Permitting

Examples of project experience
Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments including soil, sediment, surface water, and groundwater investigations
Site Investigation fieldwork and reporting
Shooting Range assessment for metals contamination
Surface water and sediment sampling for USACE Detroit District
Prepare and review Preacquisition environmental database search reports.
Wetland delineations:
USDA-NRCS Michigan Use GPS to map existing wetlands.
Complete a Stormwater Management Plan to comply with NPDES Phase II stormwater permit requirements for an MS4.
Design a matrix for prioritizing stormwater management projects.
Analyze local conditions for suitability to establish a market structure and system of payments for ecosystem services from downstream resource users to upstream landowners.
Collect data in the field describing culvert conditions, erosion sources, stream vegetation, stream morphology, road conditions, soil conditions, dissolved oxygen, pH levels, and fish habitats.
Conduct Erosion and Sediment Control inspections and reports on individual lot construction projects in order to comply with an MS4 permit.