5 - 7 June 2018
ERM is participating in and sponsoring the upcoming SGA Environmental, Safety & Health, and Training Conference. This conference includes focused roundtables for four key areas of the industry: Training Professionals, Environmental, Safety & Health, and Inclusion & Diversity. Topics revolve around Environmental, Safety and Health & Training, which will better prepare delegates to successfully navigate the management of projects and regulatory processes in the natural gas industry.
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ERM at the Conference
ERM will be exhibiting at Booth #208 throughout the conference and we look forward to sharing insights and lessons learned with fellow delegates. ERM will also be participating at an Environmental Roundtable Session:
USFWS Hot Topics: Bat Mitigation and the MBTA
June 6, 1:30 PM
Prescott Weldon, ERM Project Scientist, and Kimberley Corwin, ERM Senior Project Scientist, will be panelists.
About ERM's Speakers
Prescott Weldon is a Lead Bat Biologist and Natural Resource Specialist at ERM based in Virginia. He specializes in performing threatened and endangered species biological field surveys and managing post-survey data quality and accuracy; environmental data analysis; and federal, state, and local permitting. Prescott is a Certified Wildlife Biologist® and has coordinated and supervised fieldwork at hundreds of biological monitoring sites.
He has collected, interpreted, and analyzed environmental data; prepared and reviewed study plans and reports; supervised laboratory projects; conducted T&E species habitat assessments; and offered environmental consulting to natural resource companies. Prescott is experienced in managing logistical and technical aspects of biological field surveys.
Kimberley Corwin is a Senior Project Scientist in ERM’s Sacramento office. She has also worked in ERM’s Syracuse, New York and Salt Lake City, Utah offices. Kimber has primarily functioned as a field biologist, since joining ERM in 2015.
Her field experience includes migratory songbird point-count surveys, greater sage-grouse lek surveys, and aerial raptor nest surveys, as well as habitat mapping, wetland delineation, and Endangered & Threatened species surveys. Kimber hails from upstate New York and is the co-editor of The Second Atlas of Breeding Birds in New York State.