Lead Environmental Engineer
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Renee P. Murphy
Dr. Chris Cohu
Dr. Christopher Cohu is a leading scientist in the field of plant stress physiology, phytoremediation, photosynthesis and plant productivity, and development of applied agronomic traits. Dr. Cohu received his undergraduate in Environmental Sciences from Western State Colorado University, and his Doctorate in Botany from Colorado State University and the Program in....Read more
Research & Development
Deborah Nardo-Ayala is an Environmental Scientist. She is a Doctoral Candidate at Texas A&M University in the Soil and Crop Sciences Department, researching improved salt-tolerant perennial grass development on native lands in California. Her focus is on habitat restoration and plant pathology in degraded and toxic environments. She holds a Master's degree in Agriculture Science and a Bachelor's degree in Plant Science with minors in Soil Science and Pest Management from Cal Poly Pomona. Deborah is a Senior Scientist for the state, where she assesses plant and soil pests and diseases. She has taught Agriculture Science and Agribusiness Management courses for the Cal State University system.
Howard Sprouse has been a developer of bioremediation technologies since the mid-1990s, when he worked as a consultant to Battelle’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Sequim, Washington assisting with the development of mycoremediation technology...Read more