Dr. Marcia Greenblatt is a water resources engineer with 19 years of specialized experience in hydrodynamic, water quality, and sediment investigations. She has extensive involvement in CERCLA remedial investigations and feasibility studies (RI/FSs) at large sediment sites. Her responsibilities have included design of sediment, water column, and bathymetric data collection programs and field sampling plans. In addition, she has integrated data analyses within a geographic information system (GIS) to support site conceptualization, characterize and evaluate fate and transport processes, identify data gaps, parameterize and apply numerical models, and evaluate remedial alternatives. Dr. Greenblatt has designed and performed several modeling studies, applying both simple and complex numerical models, to predict hydrodynamic flows, sediment erosion, transport and deposition, chemical fate and transport, and water quality. She has performed numerous modeling studies for mixing zone evaluations to support NPDES renewals as well as operational evaluations, with several of these studies focused on thermal discharges. Dr. Greenblatt has managed or served as senior technical reviewer on several large sediment investigation and modeling projects for PRP groups, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), and individual parties in the mining, steel, and other industrial sectors.
Marcia Greenblatt, Ph.D., P.E.