Duncan Simpson, PWS Environmental Scientist

Environmental Scientist

Duncan Simpson, PWS

For nearly a decade, Duncan has served as an Environmental Scientist/Planner in the Mid-Atlantic Region.  His experience includes a wide range of natural resource studies, documentation, and permitting at both the project and program level. He has special expertise in wetlands and Waters of the US delineations and permitting for stormwater management facilities, stream restoration, and TMDL program projects. Duncan has conducted forest stand delineations; rare, threatened and endangered species consultations; mitigation monitoring; and the preparation of National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) documentation.

Duncan holds an M.S in Biology from Towson University and a B.S. in Environmental Science with a Wildlife and Fisheries Conservation Minor from the University of Massachusetts. During his graduate studies he researched amphibian species found in Delmarva Bays and testing models that predict their presence based on abiotic habitat characterisitics. He also served as a student member of the Northeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (NEPARC) steering committee. Duncan is a Professional Wetland Scientist and member of the Society of Wetland Scientists. In his spare time, he enjoys hiking with his dog and learning how to fly fish.

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