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Appendix D: Committee Member and Staff Biographies
Pages 359-364

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From page 359...
... He has extensive professional experience in the development of multi-million-dollar contaminant remediation strategies, integration of related planning activities, and management of remediation projects. In particular, he is involved in long-term stewardship of contaminated sites at Department of Energy facilities, which includes remedial operations, implementation and maintenance of institutional controls, long-term monitoring, and site closure.
From page 360...
... He was previously an environmental engineer in the Technology Transfer Division of the Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence located at Brooks Air Force Base, Texas. He represented the Air Force in domestic and international efforts to improve the regulatory acceptance of innovative environmental cleanup technologies and strategies and served as project manager on several nationwide environmental remediation technology application initiatives.
From page 361...
... Mr. Siegel is or was recently a member of several government advisory committees including the Defense Science Board Task Force on Unexploded Ordnance, the Federal Facilities Environmental Restoration Dialogue Committee, the Subcommittee on Waste and Facility Siting of the National Environmental Justice Advisory Committee,
From page 362...
... His research interests include mathematical modeling of environmental quality, statistical methods and uncertainty analysis, human exposure modeling, human risk perception and decision making, and groundwater and soil pollution monitoring. He has previously served on several NRC committees, including the Committee on USGS Water Resources Research.
From page 363...
... He has also served as a section chief in the EPA Office of Enforcement and was the lead attorney for EPA in the Love Canal litigation, which involved four large hazardous waste landfi~Is in Niagara Falls, New York. His legal experience encompasses environmental litigation on a broad spectrum of issues pursuant to a variety of environmental statutes, including the Resources Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)
From page 364...
... and a Ph.D. in environmental engineering at the Johns Hopkins University.

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