Biochemical Effects on Contaminant Fate and Transport
Evan K. Nyer,
Evan K. Nyer is a vice president of Geraghty & Miller Engineers Inc., Tampa, Florida. His book, Groundwater Treatment Technology, was published in 1985. He is actively involved in the design, construction, and operation of treatment systems for contaminated ground water and teaches a course on treatment technology for NWWA, U.S. EPA, several universities, and private companies.
Victoria Kramer acts as project scientist for Geraghty & Miller and is involved with several CERCLA-, RCRA-, and ECRA-mandated investigations. Kramer is the assistant project manager for the Seymour, Indiana, project and is responsible for preparing work plans and scheduling field and support personnel. Kramer is a graduate ofC.W. Post University and holds a B.S. in environmental geology. She is working on a master's degree in hydrogeology at the State University of New York at Stony Brook.
Nicholas Valkenburg manages Geraghty & Miller's Plainview, New York, office and is also responsible for several large site investigations and remedial projects. He specializes in CERCLA- and RCRA-mandated investigation and remedial programs and is the project officer for the Seymour, Indiana, project which involves soil bioremediation, the installation of a RCRA cap, a vapor extraction system, and a ground water pumping and treatment system. Valkenburg holds a B.S. in geology from the State University of New York at Stony Brook and an M.S. in geology from the University of Toledo. He was also an adjunct faculty member of Adelphi University where he taught courses in hydrogeology and ground water management.