Mr. Friedman specializes in the fields of natural resource damage assessment, environmental
mitigation, and habitat restoration. He has a strong background in ecology, toxicology, and
environmental site assessment and remediation. His research and professional experience has
focused on contaminant exposure in wildlife and humans. He draws on extensive field sampling
experience and a scientific and business background to provide analysis and evaluation of
environmental data and project management services. He has six years of experience in project
management, business development, and sub-contractor and staff supervision.
Mr. Friedman presented his work on mercury exposure in terrestrial birds at national conferences including the 2006 Society of
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) annual meeting and the 2007 Wilson Ornithological
Mr. Friedman holds
a B.A. in Biology from Colby College, and a Master of Science from the College of William and Mary.
His thesis is entitled "Mercury Exposure in Terrestrial Insectivorous Birds.”