Mary Samuel, M.S., M.Phil.
Ms. Samuel has over twelve years of experience in environmental sciences. She has reviewed environmental fate assessment documents regarding the fate and transport of pollutants in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, and the potential for these chemicals to contaminate ground and surface waters and accumulate in nontarget organisms. Prior to joining Cambridge Environmental, she served as a Staff Scientist for Dynamac Corporation. Ms. Samuel also worked as a Biology Instructor for Prince George's Community College, MD. Her current responsibilities include the review, statistical evaluation, and technical editing of data relating to the fate and transport of potentially hazardous materials in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, and the impact of pesticide use on ground and surface water. She also reviews and interprets data relating to acute, subchronic, and chronic toxicity of pesticides in water, sediment, and soil, evaluates the integrity of the data from environmental fate studies and their compliance with EPA guidelines, and extracts technical data from studies on the environmental fate of pesticides into a searchable database.
Ms. Samuel holds a B.S. in Botany (1995) from Women's Christian College, an M.S. (1997) in Botany from Madras Christian College, and an M.Phil. (1999) in Botany from Madras Christian College, all in Madras, India.
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