Kevin Russell is a principal with Anchor QEA, an environmental consulting firm specializing in aquatic, shoreline, and water resource projects. He has more than 20 years of experience in the field, and has directed and managed numerous projects on behalf of both government and private sector clients in the areas of contaminated soil and groundwater investigation; contaminated sediment management; pollutant fate, transport, and bioaccumulation; surface water quality/eutrophication; and stream hydraulic analysis. Many of these projects have included the development of mathematical models to understand the fate and transport of contaminants in surface water and groundwater systems, and the application of these models to assist in the evaluation and design of remedial alternatives, including monitored natural recovery programs. Russell also has considerable experience in the evaluation and modeling of groundwater/surface water interactions, including application of transport models to guide contaminated sediment remediation programs. He’s a member of several professional organizations, has presented numerous technical papers at scientific conferences, has given invited lectures at universities, and has served as a peer reviewer for technical research journals. Russell holds a master’s degree in civil (environmental) engineering from the State University of New York at Buffalo.