Aquatic Ecologist/Senior Scientist
Originally trained in ocean engineering, Noah has more than 30 years of experience spanning aquatic and terrestrial ecology, biogeochemistry, engineering design, water quality, water supply and treatment. Noah currently focuses on physical and water quality impacts to aquatic species, participating in a variety of interdisciplinary projects, including aquatic habitat assessments, fisheries monitoring programs, wetland, estuarine and river restoration projects. In his free time, Noah has coached crew for the University of California, Berkeley and also works with members of the local SF Bay Area community in the Feldenkrais Method, which uses bodily movement, actual and imagined, to refocus individual learning at the juncture of thought and action.
Education: Ph.D., Civil and Environmental Engineering; M.S., Civil and Environmental Engineering; B.S., Mechanical and Ocean Engineering
Certifications: Professional Engineer (Civil/ Mechanical), State of California (Licenses C45808, M28919)