Mr. Chris Wood is a geologist with 6 years of experience in the environmental field supporting technical analyses, regulatory compliance, and site characterization. He has extensive experience with groundwater, soil, and emerging contaminant sampling techniques, leading field teams, conducting remedial investigations concerning soil and groundwater contamination, and analyzing sample data for contaminant trends. Mr. Wood has experience with remedial injections, large-scale remedial pumping networks, and pumping system operations and maintenance. He has contributed to a variety of projects at industrial facilities, residential areas, dry cleaners, and landfills and worked closely with private and public stakeholders, including EPA, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. Mr. Wood routinely creates cross sections and visual depictions of contamination using Surfer, compiles data using EQuIS, and analyzes contamination trends using ProUCL in support of corrective measures implementation reports, periodic review reports, and RI/FS reports.