Mr. Gene Revelas, senior consultant at Integral, is a leading sediment scientist with more than 35 years of experience working on benthic habitat assessments, environmental monitoring of offshore energy projects (both oil and gas and renewables), contaminated sediment remedial investigations and remediation, and dredged material quality evaluations and disposal site monitoring. He is one of the few North American scientists with extensive experience in the use of sediment-profile and plan view imaging (SPI–PV) technology for characterizing marine, estuarine, lacustrine, and riverine habitats. He has conducted SPI surveys since 1984 and he has applied this technology in freshwater and marine settings throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico and in Europe. He leads Integral’s SPI−PV practice and since 2015 has directed and been the science lead on approximately 30 SPI–PV surveys, including numerous environmental baseline surveys at offshore oil and gas and wind farm lease areas. From 2017 to 2020, he worked on the development of standardized benthic habitat mapping protocols for offshore wave energy sites off the U.S. West Coast using state-of-the-art seafloor acoustic (multibeam echosounder) and imaging (SPI–PV) technologies with funding from the U.S. Department of Energy.